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GTA V Illustration captures imagination

Most weeks can pass by without any Grand Theft Auto 5 news, although the last week has delivered a lot more from Rockstar than most weeks. This is thanks to a request for help with GTA V crews, the new official Facebook channel being made live, and within the last couple of hours an Illustration for GTA V has landed on the official blog.

Meet the new GTA V artwork – you got to love the subtle hints and teasing from Rockstar, which the image below had been published on the blog with a tiny tagline that simply said, “get ready” for “lots” of information in November. This has resulted in almost 2,000 comments within a couple of hours from gamers, and one of the most desired details wanted next month would be the GTA V release date, which stands a good chance of being revealed considering the increased promotion.

The magazine exclusive will undoubtedly be the destination for most of the new GTA 5 information next month, and exactly what Rockstar means in their tease today, although if you hate purchasing magazines you can count on the news breaking online pretty quick. This will likely happen on their Facebook page as well, after the exclusive of course.

Considering Game Informer are going to publish some exclusive GTA 5 news, will you purchase the magazine next month? The image above shows some thumbnails for the GTA 5 screenshots that Rockstar published over the last few weeks, although you can see them in full screen at rockstargames.com/V.

The GTA 5 illustration seen above has also captured the imagination of fans, and the guessing game for what details are coming has started. These include predictions for GTA 5 trailer 2 arriving with release date in November, for a future date in 2013 of course, and also the majority of gamers cannot praise Rockstar enough for the awesome artwork. Feel free to leave your thoughts on what might be revealed next month, and also the artwork published today.

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