Rockstar has once again remained silent on any official news for GTA V, with the recent GTA V trailer 2 and the Christmas screenshots serving as the last notable content reveals for the game. One big feature of GTA V that hasn’t been discussed yet, is the inclusion of radio stations which have become a very popular feature among fans. It’s almost certain that radio stations will once again be included in GTA V, but fans are desperately eager to find out which artists have been selected for the game and we could have had one of the first big names confirmed already.
Those who have played the likes of San Andreas and Vice City will know just how much a big deal radio stations are to the game. There’s no better feeling that listening to a classic 80s track while cruising through the streets and we have a feeling that Rockstar are taking their time and trying to strike the right deals with artists to get their material into GTA V.
Whether you’re a fan of dubstep, rap, pop, rock, electro or dance, Rockstar is sure to cater for everyone with some specialist radio stations devoted to just one genre. DJ Kavinsky is one name that is very popular throughout the electro scene and it looks like he will be getting his own station with commentary from the French artist himself. He has posted a rather teasing status on Twitter with the words ‘NightRide FM’, leading fans to speculate that this will be the name of a radio station in GTA V.
His track Nightcall would be ideal for night cruises around Los Santos, so hopefully this will be one of the included tracks in his playlist if it’s confirmed that he’ll have his own station. What else would you like to see in the game though? Stevie Wonder’s Skeletons track that featured in trailer 2 is almost certain to be one of the other confirmed songs in the game, and as a fan of the legend ourselves, we hope that some of his other songs will be included as well – Superstition, I Wish anyone?
If you could select a custom radio station for the game, what songs would you like to be included in GTA V? Would you like Rockstar to choose tracks that are popular in the charts at the moment, or would you prefer them to continue to select the more obscure tracks that have since become famous as a result of being included in a GTA game?
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