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GTA 5 Screenshots: 12 new in-game images released by Rockstar

Ahead of the September 17 GTA 5 release date publisher Rockstar has released a collection of 12 new GTA 5 screenshots, showing off a variety of in-game content.

Entitled ‘The Fast Life’, the new collection of GTA 5 screenshots show off the upcoming title’s trio of lead protagonists in a variety of situations, from base jumping off the side of a bridge and frequenting a strip club to riding motorbike and shooting some bad guys.

Continuing the slow tease of GTA 5 features and content, Rockstar has paired the unveiling of the new GTA 5 screenshots with the promise of further announcements in the coming weeks.

“Stay tuned for more details and media from the game in August including the first proper unveiling of Grand Theft Auto Online,” an official spokesperson for the company stated.

The latest GTA 5 screenshots follow the recent unveiling of the first official GTA 5 gameplay trailer and countless stills releases. Last week BradyGames confirmed that it had partnered with Rockstar to launch a Limited Edition GTA 5 Strategy Guide which is now available for pre-order.

A selection of the latest GTA 5 screenshots can be seen below. To view all 12 of the new teasing shots, head on over to the Rockstar Newswire.

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