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New Grand Theft Auto V Screens Tease Outdoor Sports

Posted on Wednesday, August 22 @ 10:00:00 Eastern by

Rockstar continues to drip-feed new Grand Theft Auto V media to the public, once again in the form of three brand-spanking new screenshots. The first is an obvious throwback to the parachuting, base-jumping in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (and GTA IV DLC The Ballad of Gay Tony), but I think the other two provide more thrilling additions to the open-world formula.

Racing dirtbikes up a mountain side or enjoying a few matches of tennis would be welcome distractions in the sprawling Los Santos landscape, don't you think? You know, with all this wilderness on display, I have to air out one of my deepest fears:

Trees. Indestructible trees. Please tell me I won't go flying out of my car window just because I throw my front-end into a tree. At least make the skinny, twig-looking trees destructible. I would of course understand if I ran into one of California's many towering redwoods.


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