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New GTA 5 trailer release looks at Blaine County

A new GTA 5 trailer has been released by publisher Rockstar, with the latest teaser landing just days ahead of the game’s release.

Looking at the goings on in Blaine County, an area within the GTA 5 world, the new GTA 5 trailer highlights a selection of the more casual activities the game will feature, with guns, drugs and car chases replaced by jet skis, base jumping and hunting.

Offering gamers a selection of past times, the GTA 5 trailer adds fast food outlets, bars and a tattoo parlour that will all seemingly feature within the narrative of the eagerly awaited game.

While a new GTA 5 trailer has been released, yesterday it emerged that the GTA 5 PSN pre-load would be delayed three days, leaving gamers concerned about getting the game on time.

Originally set to be available to download yesterday, September 13, the GTA 5 PSN pre-load, which lets gamers download the 17GB game file before it is activated as the clocks tick into the morning of the 17th, has now been pushed back until Monday September 16, the day before the game.

Although these delays should not cause gamers to miss getting their gamepads around the eagerly awaited title at launch, there are concerns that the PSN will not be able to cope with the pressure of so many sizeable downloads in a single day.

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