Additional statistics have been revealed by Rockstar Games in regards to the upcoming Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 video game, “GTA 5.” According to a post from their official website on Aug. 30, the publisher provided more details in regards to the soundtrack plans for the newest release from the “Grand Theft Auto” franchise.
The publisher disclosed that the virtual radio will feature 15 music stations along with two other talk radio stations. In total, the video game includes 240 licensed tracks, most of which are going to “encompass the breadth of the modern L.A. music scene.” “GTA 5” is set in Los Santos, a fictional metropolis that is heavily influenced by Los Angeles.
In addition to the licensed music, the sequel also features 20 hours worth of “original, dynamic score.” The composition team includes Alchemist, Oh No, Tangerine Dream and Woody Jackson. You can take a look at several screenshots from “GTA 5” in the slideshow near the top of this article and the original score details below (courtesy of Rockstar Newswire):
The game also includes over 20 hours of original, dynamic score created by noted composer Tangerine Dream in collaboration with Woody Jackson (Red Dead Redemption, Max Payne 3, LA Noire) and L.A. hip-hop producers Alchemist and Oh No.
The licensed tracks would be heard while driving around in cars and other vehicles while the dynamic music should be playing during story missions and other scenarios. “GTA 5” is being published by the aforementioned Rockstar Games. The development of the video game is now complete as the software product will be ready to launch on Sept. 17 for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. You can pre-order the product from Amazon in the following links: “GTA 5”