GTA V Online Launches October 1 and Developers Want Your Help

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Grand Theft Auto Online

Grand Theft Auto was one of the defining video games of the 1990s, and it is with great excitement that we’ve learned about the new GTA V launching in just a few days online. Online! With the classic Grand Theft Auto Miami Vice, we could steal cars, attack innocent people and score deals with hookers – everything that the teenage brain thinks is awesome – all done 80s style. But now that GTA Online is within our grasp, the possibilities are even more astounding.

GTA V Online is a 16-player game that takes place in a dynamic, all-new online world. You can play solo or with friends to discover the in-world geography, special features and brand-new game content. Unlike the console version of the game, GTA V Online is a world that will evolve and change over time so that game play never gets stale. Once you have mastered the original quests and learned the skills of your character, discover even more! This is meant to be a thriving online world for gamers who can always find something new to do in-game, much like the World of Warcraft.  Just like in older versions of GTA, there is plenty of ambient atmosphere to keep you interested.

According to RockStarGames, the graphics and game mechanisms are even more advanced than ever, making it a breeze to control your characters and interact with other characters online. On top of that, you can customize your player in terms of their appearance, their vehicles, personal property and gamer statistics. Your character can ultimately rise up through various criminal levels to become the head of a criminal chain of command. There’s no knowing where the story ends, since new challenges will emerge over the course of the game and require you to team up with friends and strangers to complete assignments and earn cash.

The game developers are asking for as much player feedback and help as possible following the October 1 launch of GTA V Online, since it’s a new platform for the game. When and if you discover any cool characters or locations that you love, or any little glitches or major bugs, it’s your job as a player to let the developers know about it! They are looking for positive as well as negative feedback, so don’t be shy. As you share your impressions of the new platform with the game developers, you’ll be helping to script the ultimate players manual and pave the way for more online versions of your favorite criminal empire.

After the public testing phase of GTA V Online launches on October 1, developers will be taking your comments and feedback to heart, so try to be helpful! Following the testing phase, RockStarGames is going to be constantly updating its online content and even giving players the chance to build their own little parts of of the online world, The Sims 3-style. Better get in line, because access to GTA V Online can be found with every purchase of the console video game in just 2 more days!

by Mandy Gardner



37 Responses to "GTA V Online Launches October 1 and Developers Want Your Help"

  1. tomyam   October 11, 2013 at 6:19 am

    More dlc music from past gta games even if its for playing on your mp3 player.
    And add the pool games you had on 4 too this or even snooker….

  2. Mario Hart   October 3, 2013 at 5:29 pm

    I agree with the comment about your character’s weight being affected by the activities you participate in. It would add to the uniqueness of the character we created.

  3. chris   October 1, 2013 at 6:25 pm

    Does online work in Alaska??

  4. David   October 1, 2013 at 8:36 am

    I Play Around 7 In the Moring And Doesnt Work When You Do Your First Race Its Gitches And Frezze Dispointed At That And You Can’t Create Your Crew Or Anything So When Does It Actully Works Bc i Been Waiting For This Come Out

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