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GTA 5 Screenshots: Rockstar launches nine new images at E3

Publisher Rockstar has launched nine new GTA 5 screenshots in line with E3 2013, offering another glimpse of the action set to land in the upcoming title.

Teasing further highlights of the eagerly awaited GTA 5 release, the nine new GTA 5 screenshots offer further insight into the vehicles and weapons on offer, as well as showing more of the game’s trio of protagonists, Michael, Franklin and Trevor.

With the latest screenshots showing land, sea and air based action, the new look at the next addition to the Grand Theft Auto franchise has further highlighted how gamers will be able to make use of all manner vehicles, with planes, cars, jet skis and even scuba diving kits once again shown off.

Originally pegged to hit retailers earlier this year, Rockstar and developer Take Two recently revealed that a GTA 5 release date had been pushed back. The game will now hit retailers on September 17, just weeks before the next-gen Xbox One and PS4 are set to launch.

GTA 5 Screenshot

Earlier this week Sony confirmed that a special edition GTA 5 PS3 bundle will be made available with the soon to be superseded console to be made available alongside a copy of the game, a special GTA 5 branded headset and a Grand Theft Auto decorated box. This limited edition release will be also be made available on September 17.

While Rockstar has confirmed a GTA 5 release for existing PS3 and Xbox 360 based gamers, the publisher has failed to offer the title for the upcoming next-gen devices.

The full collection of nine new GTA 5 screenshots can be viewed here.

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