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Rockstar Updates Grand Theft Auto V's Website With Radio Previews, More

Posted on Friday, September 6 @ 15:00:00 PST by

Rockstar Games sent word this morning that Grand Theft Auto V's website has been updated with sections for Exciting Music and Entertainment, Fitness and Relaxation, and Security available in Los Santos and the surrounding areas.

The biggest update certainly went to music and entertainment where you can hear previews of all the game's radio stations, including Flylo FM, West Coast Classics, and Vinewood Boulevard Radio. Each preview lasts about a minute and gives you a few tracks to turn up while you're waiting for GTA V's release.

Security & Peace of Mind also has a new video sponsored by Ammu-nation while Fitness and Relaxation detail the sports you can play in game, complete with a commercial for the Egochaser Energy Bar.

Head to rockstargames.com/v to check out the new media. We're only about 10 days until Grand Theft Auto V's release. Have you preordered? How many of you don't care about Grand Theft Auto and if you're in that poor, unfortunate group of soulless individuals, why?
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