|Grand Theft Auto V will support planes and jets, won't have beta test|
|Posted: 13.07.2012 06:15 by JonahFalcon||Comments: 0|
Rockstar has posted a new Q&A, and have confirmed that Grand Theft Auto V will be large enough to support air vehicles such as planes and jets, something that was conspicuously absent from Grand Theft Auto IV.
According to the , "The city was simply too small for effective and enjoyable flying. It was the first time we made a high definition open world, and it was a massive amount of work to make something on that scale."
Rockstar also stated there would be no beta for GTA5, and if any gamer received a beta invite, it was a scam. According to the developer, "Now that we’ve announced GTAV, all the way up until game launch (and probably beyond) there is going to be no shortage of non-stop hoaxes, faked footage and screens, rampant rumors and speculation. As a rule, we are not going to get into the game of confirming or denying each of these as they happen as there is simply too much of it. Half of them we don’t even understand – for example, we have no idea what ‘the build model’ is, so have no idea if it is complete or not! Instead, we’ll leave it to fans like yourselves to decide what’s legit and what’s phony. Please assume if you don’t hear it here, it is probably mostly fakes and almost definitely not the complete truth.
"One thing we’ll say definitively though is – there is absolutely no ‘beta’ test for the game. If you see ads or solicitations to join a beta program, beware as this could be a dodgy online phishing scam. Your best bet is to only trust information as official if you’re seeing it announced here at the Rockstar Newswire."
Grand Theft Auto V is being developed for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, but has no set release date yet.