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Rockstar unveils new GTA V site following PC confirmation by NVIDIA

Rockstar Games releases new website inviting guest to "Visit Los Santos and Blaine County."

| Gaming News | Posted: Aug 13, 2013 10:02 pm

Earlier, I clued you in on a statement made during an earnings call in which an NVIDIA executive confirmed that Grand Theft Auto V would be coming to PC later this fall. Continuing on with GTA V news, Rockstar Games today released a new website for the highly anticipated title.

 

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The new website appears to be a parity of the typical tourist friendly public relations site many municipalities use around the country to inform would-be visitors of what their city has to offer. The page is titled "Visit Los Santos & Blain County" and has a slogan that reads "Where cultural apocalypse meets environmental disaster." If that's not true Grand Theft Auto style, nothing is.

 

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The page then displays 20 different clickable tiles that attempt to showcase all the various features one might be interested in when visiting Los Santos. At the moment, only 10 of the tiles are active, and we suspect the other 10 to become available in the coming weeks. Clicking around the tiles shows never before seen screenshots and clues us in on some interesting features of the game.

 

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