Gameplays are now swimming across the Internet, but in order for you to just sit back and relax as you either wait for your own copy or see if GTA 5 is indeed worth the buy, here are some of the gameplays that have been made available.
GTA 5 jumbo jet experience
From GTA 5 Videos, this gameplay shows off the Jumbo Jet gameplay where he is flying the jumbo jet as Trevor. The jet is potentially the biggest vehicle in the game, and what's more, you'll be flying with the view of the jet in front of you.
You can easily manipulate the jet to see the view of Los Santos. GTA 5 Videos comments on the level of detail that can be seen from this viewpoint alone. Check out the fun ending--instant skydiving.
If you remember the earlier reports of what else you can get with GTA 5, you may remember that there is an accompanying blimp. But according to YouTube user GTA 5 Videos, the first set of copies of the game will have the code inside to redeem with the atomic blink.
In the game, you simply whip out your phone to call a blimp and drive to the nearest checkpoint that has the blimp. The harder action to maneuver that you will encounter is the landing of the blimp. For this video, the blimp crashes and burns.
This is what skydiving in Los Santos means
Another video from GTA 5 Videos shows off the real meaning of skydiving in Los Santos--jumping off a motorcross bike off the edge of a cliff and rely on a parachute to propel you on a unique method of sightseeing.
Apart from sightseeing, this is also a good means of getaway transportation-just make sure to get a safe landing.
The gameplay from ConstantGTA shows how you interact with Chop. He will follow you even into the car as you take a stroll in the car, or if you are more traditional, you can also take Chop out on a walk.
But most of all, Chop can also be used to attack random people, even with just a simple command like, "Go get him, Chop," as seen in the gameplay.
Driving around Los Santos
One of the easiest and fastest ways to explore the map would be driving, and Eurogamer gives a few minutes of driving around Los Santos, focusing mostly on the main attractions and avoiding the other spoiler territories.
According to Eurogamer, the sights are mostly modeled off of Santa Monica Pier and Los Angeles. The most noticeable fact in the game is its incredible amount of detail, from the landmarks modeled after real-life structures to the detail of the roads, trees, and neighborhoods--it's almost like driving around a regular town in real life.
In the surroundings, you can find various activities and people indulging in them, such as basketball, volleyball, or simply those who are hanging out by the beach front. This kind of detail makes GTA 5 even more alive, apart from the real-life renders of the cities.
Franklin gets stoned and high
Seeing as how this is GTA 5, you can expect more than just driving around or shooting darts as a way to pass the time. This gameplay from CVG sees Franklin getting ready to get higher than the clouds in his home.
You can actually see the progress that Franklin is making as he puffs and puffs some more. This is another one of habits that you can get your characters into when you play the game. iframe width="420" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/KGPq-07-Kro" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen>
Participate in a triathlon
Part of the detail of GTA 5 is that it features activities that you would normally associate with real life. This gameplay from CVG shows off a triathlon that Michael joins in. Along with other minor characters, you see Michael in his triathlon suit, swimming in the sea.
This is definitely a side activity that can boost your character's skills. Watch as Michael beats the other competitors as he goes through this five-minute triathlon.
Tips on how to play
Rev3Games presents a video that has a few tips on how to play a massive game like GTA 5. For the most part, a 70-hour devotion to the game is a pretty good gauge of how much time you will have to spend to see a major part of Los Santos.
According to Rev3Games, GTA 5 is not the kind of game that is just thrown in your face, with all the quests and missions readily available at the start of the game. Rather, side missions are triggered by the main story line and there is a chance that, depending on how you play and progress through the game, it can be dynamic enough in the sense that it takes into consideration what you have already gone through.
Stats are also available for the characters, with each person having a distinct set of skills that are actually built up through a variety of ways. And sometimes, these ways to build up character may surprise you, as the fun games such as tennis or the darts can actually help you increase your stats.
And the improvements come easily and steadily, so you don't have to keep going at these mini activities if you don't want to. Though Rev3Games does point out that these activities are fun by themselves, so it won't be a gruel to go through them.
Lastly, one more noteworthy thing to take note of is the stock market in the game, as these can be part of the hidden goodies that you can enjoy. You can check out stocks via the web within the game, and who knows how you can play with the economy in the game for your funds.