With Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar Games seems to be saying that we’ll never need another video game. Last month, we saw how much gameplay the single-player experience offered. Today, there’s a trailer for the online side, and all I can say is, “Holy. Shit.” I know that’s not very eloquent, but the online aspect goes far beyond what I imagined. This isn’t just shootout deathmatches where someone who has way too much freetime will dominate every single game and proceed to sling racial and homophobic epithets your way. GTA V will offer heists, races, and a ridiculous amount of customization. Looking at this trailer, I can’t believe this is actually available on current-gen consoles.
Hit the jump to check out the trailer. Click here to pre-order the game on Xbox 360, and click here to pre-order it on PlayStation 3. Grand Theft Auto V will be released on September 17th.
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