GTA V visual on weapons, map size and heist recruitment

If you love to listen to weekly information on Grand Theft Auto V, then you most likely follow the so-called GTA 5 o’clock video series, which aims to offer more insight into GTA V each week.

The video series normally publishes around mid-week, and right on schedule we have the latest instalment for our readers. The video runs for over an hour and can be seen above this article.

Main points for this weeks GTA V o’clock — this week the CVG staff discuss some of the main features in the upcoming Grand Theft Auto game, which includes details on GTA V weapons, map size and heist recruitment. Have a listen to the details in the above video, then let us know what you hope to experience with GTA V weapons and other features?


One of our favorite characters from GTA V is Michael, although we’d love to know yours and the reasons why? We have always been sold on GTA V thanks to the reputation Rockstar has, earned from outstanding titles, but what excites us the most is the GTA V map size that will be much bigger than any previous GTA game. Just Cause 2 might not of delivered the gameplay we’re used to with GTA, but the map size is impressive and we look forward to something much bigger with GTA V.

The last official update from Rockstar had only been a few days ago, which featured some new artwork landing on desktops and with avatars.

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