Driving/Controls

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This section outlines the controls of driving cars in the GTA series.

  • GTA1 and GTA 2 need to be added, XBox/360, PSP controls need to be added

GTA III — GTA Vice City Stories

PlayStation 2

  Accelerate
  Brake/reverse
  Enter/exit vehicle
  Shoot while in Drive-By mode
 /  Look right/left respectively
  Change radio stations (GTA III, Vice City, LCS, VCS)
  Handbrake
 /  Change radio stations (San Andreas)
Select Cycle views

Xbox

  Accelerate
  Brake/reverse
  Enter/exit vehicle
Right Analog Stick Button Shoot while in Drive-By mode (GTA III, Vice City)
 /  Shoot while in Drive-By mode (San Andreas)
Right Analog Stick Look right/left (GTA III, Vice City)
 /  Look right/left respectively (San Andreas)
  Change radio stations (GTA III, Vice City)
  Handbrake (GTA III, Vice City)
  Handbrake (San Andreas)
 /  Change radio stations (San Andreas)
  Cycle views (GTA III, Vice City)
Back Cycle views (San Andreas)

PC (defaults)

Up Arrow - Accelerate

Down Arrow - Brake/Reverse

Left Arrow - Turn left

Right Arrow - Turn Right

H - Horn/Siren

Q - Look Left

E - Look right

Return - Enter Vehicle

PSP

(To be added)

GBA

GTA IV — GTA Chinatown Wars

In the GTA IV Era the controls undertook a change, to make driving easier

PlayStation 3

  Accelerate
  Brake/Reverse
 /  Handbrake
  Break window/Shoot
  Enter/Exit vehicle
  Cycle weapons
  Cinematic camera
Select Cycle views

Xbox 360

  • RT to accelerate
  • LT to brake, reverse
  • RB/A for handbrake
  • LB break window/shoot
  • Y enter/exit vehicle
  • X cycle weapons (pistol/grenades/sub-machine guns)
  • B cinematic view
  • Back change camera view

PC (Defaults)

  • W to accelerate
  • S to brake, reverse
  • Spacebar to apply handbrake
  • Left Mouse Button to attack/shoot
  • F to enter/exit a vehicle
  • Mousewheel to cycle weapons
  • 0-9 to select a weapon directly
  • V to change camera view
  • Caps Lock for cinematic view

Nintendo DS

(To be added)