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GTA V Online Gameplay video – dynamic mayhem Featured

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Here is the latest gameplay video for Grand Theft Auto V.  RockStar Games show off the online aspect of the upcoming game.  It’s time to get online and create chaos with colleagues.


RockStar Games is promising a persistent yet expanding online world with Grand Theft Auto V.

One with redesigned gameplay mechanics hopefully focused on the shooting and general gun-play they have evolved through games such as Red Dead Redemption and Max Payne 3 in recent years.

The online environments will feature both structured and unstructured activities to join in with friends.  Have fun and get into trouble as you try activities form the innocent tennis matches and races to the not-so-innocent gang bank heists.


Money and reputation can be earned to spend on character customisation, be it outfits, haircuts, vehicles or more.

Access to Grand Theft Auto Online is free with every retail copy of Grand Theft Auto V and launches on October 1st.

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