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RUMOR: Did We Call It?: GTA V To Take Place in Los Angeles

Posted on Tuesday, October 25 @ 17:16:52 Eastern by

We guessed that Los Angeles, or as it's called in GTA: San Andreas, Los Santos would be the setting for the latest Grand Theft Auto title from Rockstar Games. Now sources are seemingly confirming that assertion to journalists.

Reports state that Grand Theft Auto V will take place in a fictional version of Los Angeles with the possibility of multiple playable characters leading the action. After Grand Theft Auto IV's release, Rockstar unleashed large-scale DLC packs that shed light on periphery characters caught up in Niko's core-drama.

In The Lost and the Damned players took on the role of Johnny Klebitz and in The Ballad of Gay Tony players controlled Luis Lopez. Will Grand Theft Auto V play out some type of intertwining Crash-esque narative?

We'll hopefully know more when the official Grand Theft Auto V trailer releases on November 2nd.

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