The need for more Grand Theft Auto V news is reaching a frenzy now it has been many months since the first trailer, and while most of us expected the second GTA V trailer to release around E3, it never did and caused more frustration for some fans. If you would want to play GTA V online and not just in single player mode then it looks like this game might be one of the best, which we can see by looking at recent rumors and the Crews for Max Payne 3.
GTA V should provide an amazing multiplayer experience that is much more than killing people, something you could spend hours doing in Grand Theft Auto games, and with GTA V you could be playing mini-games like darts or even funfair rides as you see in the first trailer. This would be a welcomed change considering the amount of games that feature a multiplayer experience that is primarily about killing people, so taking a ride on a roller-coaster or on the big wheel might make you feel human again.
Max Payne 3 players that have used the new Crew system can expect much of the same if they buy GTA V, although clans are nothing new and a great way to create rivalries during online play, or a good way to feel part of a much bigger team. It’s not clear how the next GTA will use the Crews feature but you could expect these teams to become gangs, which could be fighting over territory on massive maps.
GTA V multiplayer could bring the need for team communication and tactics that direct players to different areas of the map for gaining control, although we would love to see a range of vehicles used in interesting ways online, which could also be customized offline and brought into the game with you.
What would you love to see in GTA 5 multiplayer? What would make you want to jump online and meet your crew for hours of gameplay, and would you love a twist like Co-Op mode for campaign? It would be nice to see the ability to enter homes and customize cars to add some depth as seen in Skyrim, although we’ll find out soon when the release date hits later this year unless it turns out to be 2013 that is. You might also want to join in on the debate about Wii U and GTA V in our earlier article.
*Identifying Monetised Links - outgoing links that we monetise are marked with an '*' symbol.