Grand Theft Auto V is an upcoming open world, action-adventure video game for the PlayStation 3 PC and Xbox 360. It is the first main entry in the Grand Theft Auto series since Grand Theft Auto IV released in 2008, and the fifteenth entry overall. As it is one of the last titles to release exclusively in the seventh generation of video game consoles, it is highly anticipated.Grand Theft Auto V is a third-person shooter and is set in an open world recreation of Southern California. The world is composed of San Andreas, an open countryside area, and the fictional city of Los Santos, which is based on Los Angeles. The single-player story is told through three player-controlled protagonists whom the player switches between; they are Michael, Trevor and Franklin, and the story follows their efforts to plan and execute six large heists to accrue wealth for themselves. An online multiplayer mode is also provided in the game, allowing up to sixteen players to engage in both co-operative and competitive gameplay in a recreation of the single-player settinGrand Theft Auto V is an action-adventure game played in third-person. The player uses melee attacks, weapons and explosives to fight enemies, and can run, jump, swim, or use vehicles to navigate the game's world. In combat, auto aim and a cover system can be used as assistance against enemies. A perpetual objective for the player is to complete missions to progress through the story, but much like other open world games, these missions can be completed at the player's leisure. If the player commits illegal acts while playing, a response by the authoritative forces may be provoked. The response from these forces is represented by a "Wanted" meter; should the player continue to commit crimes or respond with aggression, the meter accumulates stars, and the efforts by the authoritative forces to incapacitate the player become more proactive. The meter recedes should the player escape the search area in which they are wanted, which is displayed on the mini-map.The single-player mode of Grand Theft Auto V is played through three player-controlled protagonists; Michael, Trevor and Franklin, criminals whose stories interconnect as they complete missions. While interacting with the game world, the player may switch between them at will. During missions, switching characters may be presented as necessary in order to complete certain objectives, or as an optional alternative to find creative ways to interact with the characters; for example, in one such mission Michael rappels down the side of a building and Franklin provides covering fire with a sniper rifle, while Trevor controls the getaway helicopter, and the player can switch between controlling them to accommodate for a preferred play style. Each player-controlled character has a set of eight skills, which are numerical representations of their ability in certain areas, such as shooting and driving. For each character, the eighth "special" skill determines their effectiveness in performing an ability that is unique to the respective character; Michael will enter bullet time in combat, Franklin will slow down time while driving, and Trevor will deal twice as much damage to enemies while taking half as much in combat. There is a meter on each character's HUD which depletes when an ability is used, and gradually regenerates over time when the ability is not being used. Though the player can complete missions as any of the three protagonists, some of the game's more difficult missions may require aid from AI-controlled accomplices who have unique skill sets such as computer hacking or driving, and they will take a cut from the mission's cash reward upon completion. Employing different strategies toward the completion of a mission is also encouraged by the game; for example, in a holdup mission the player may subdue civilians with an agent if stealth is favored, or storm the venue with guns drawn.
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