"Grand Theft Auto V" could be coming out sooner than most think, and apparently publicity for the game has been found out that points to some new information regarding in-game missions.
Houser said the demo that was shown off to press in attendance saw Michael sitting by the pool, which was not a cutscene, but was a playable part of the game.
The mission apparently showcased real gameplay that was not a scripted sequence of events. These scenes have not been shown to the public yet, and are not one in the same with "Grand Theft Auto V's" second trailer.
Every character approaches each mission through a different avenue. Michael and Trevor, on one hand, approach the mission by helicopter, while Franklin gets to the mission point via motorcycle.
The game's switching function allows gamers to see an indicator for all of the protagonists on the zoomed out map, which people can shuffle through.
People can switch between the three protagonists of the story, Michael, Franklin and Trevor. The game's system is unscripted, which will allow people to switch characters throughout the game.
Gamers will also be able to execute heists and hijackings by following armored vans, like in "Sleeping Dogs," and taking over them to obtain extra cash. It's in fact exactly the same feature as the one in "Sleeping Dogs."
Both Michael and Trevor are both bank robbers with criminal pasts, and the much younger Franklin sees them as anti-role models.
Are you excited for "Grand Theft Auto V?"