GTA V multiple ending surprise with 25-30 hours of play

Earlier this week, we spoke in detail on how PC users may face up to an eight month wait for the PC version of GTA V. Now, some new GTA V rumors have surfaced, possibly giving us an exciting insight into what the GTA V ending may entail and how long the GTA V single player campaign is going to be.

As most of you are now well aware, it appears that Rockstar has gone into hiding again. After wowing the world with the breathtaking GTA V trailer 2 and a barrage of new screenshot reveals, we haven’t heard any official GTA V news from the developer since and it appears that they are now taking another extended break before giving us the next reveal.

That means, until that moment arrives, we have to make do with snippets of GTA V rumors instead and we may have a beauty on our hands to share with you. Some fresh information has been posted to the GTAForums, details which contain some juicy information about the GTA V ending.

Before you cry spoilers, the actual information is not what the GTA V ending is, but rather how many they are! GTA V has three protagonists don’t forget: Michael, Trevor and Franklin. We’re now hearing that there will be multiple endings for the game and it makes perfect sense if there is going to be three storyline for our three main heroes.

That’s all that was said on the matter but we can definitely see Rockstar putting at least three endings into the game. Maybe Trevor, Franklin and Michael will all have a private ending for themselves and then one massive cinematic at the end featuring all three. To unlock the last one though, you would need to meet certain criteria to get it to trigger – does something like that sound good to you?

That isn’t the end of the information though, as we also have some potentially massive news on the GTA V game length. The GTAForums source states that the game will last 25-30 hours, adding that it will be similar in length to Red Dead Redemption. Before you get worried on how this is too short for a game like GTA, that 25-30 hours is only thought to be the main missions – don’t forget that GTA is traditionally filled with hundreds of hours of extra content and side missions to work through.

It’s also worth pointing out that many GTA V owners will probably not go for a speed run from start to finish. The game is going to be built in a style similar to Skyrim, where players can do a mission – go off and play a round of gold, go and kill some gang members and then head back into another mission. 25-30 hours of mission content is going to be plenty folks – plenty.

What are your thoughts on these new rumors? Do you support our idea of up to four character endings in GTA 5 – three individual ones and then one last ending featuring all three characters at the end? Is 25-30 hours as an estimate game duration good enough for you, considering that there’s going to be plenty of secondary content to work through? We look forward to hearing your feedback on this one.

Written by Alan Ng

Alan has been working for Product-Reviews since 2009 and became the Editor-in-chief in 2014. He has a passion for technology, the latest mobile phones and gadgets, and the gaming industry. Alan is a graduate of Canterbury Christ Church University and completed a B.A in Commercial Music in 2008. While expressing a keen interest in all areas that PR cover, you'll usually find Alan in the gaming section, where he'll be keeping enthusiasts up to date on all the latest news and reviews for consoles and PC.

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