Grand Theft Auto V

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Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V or possibly GTA Five) is the next game in the Grand Theft Auto series, created by Rockstar Games. The game is set in Los Santos, San Andreas. A release date is not known.



Official Information about GTA V

Rockstar Games has released a trailer for GTA V, showing a range of clips of the game, which is the only official information known so far[1]:

  • The game is set in modern-day Los Santos (based on Los Angeles) in the state of San Andreas.
  • Only Los Santos was shown in the trailer. It is not known whether the cities of San Fierro or Las Venturas will also appear.
  • The city and surrounding areas have been completely remade, it is not a like-for-like copy of the map from GTA San Andreas.

Hints and guesses about GTA V

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The Liberty City, It's Over! poster, a possible teaser on Grand Theft Auto V.
Niko Bellic's Air Sol ticket to San Andreas.

A number of possible clues have been found in previous GTA games and elsewhere to indicate what may be the setting and content of GTA V. Fans have also made a number of educated guesses.

  • Gaming blog Kotaku quoted a source "familiar with" GTA V stating that the game will be set in Los Angeles (which was previously featured as Los Santos in GTA San Andreas, and also in Rockstar's crime-solving game LA Noire) and would have multiple playable characters (just as TLAD and BOGT brought new characters and stories to the game).
  • On page thirteen of the Episodes from Liberty City guide book, there's a teaser that shows a broken heart made of the GTA IV box art and says "Liberty City, It's Over!" followed by "Next Stop..." and a small torn area that shows another poster behind, later revealed to be an advert for Mollis.[2] The torn area has been noted as being in the shape of France. It also says in the right lower corner in a red box "Opens March Everywhere".
  • According to reports, Rockstar Games recently registered new website domains that sound like they could belong to GTA 5's in-game Internet, assuming the game inherits the feature from GTA IV. The domains are:,,,, and[3]
  • Take-Two Interactive revealed they are expecting at least $2.00 per share for the first quarter of fiscal year 2012. The last time this happened was during the release of GTA IV, which reached $2.08 per share. Income only reached $1.06 per share during the release of Red Dead Redemption, and is projected to only reach $0.35 for the current fiscal year. It is expected that only a GTA game is able to bring this level of success to T2, which implies one must be planned for release in fiscal year 2012.

See also