A fan-made video was recently released demonstrating a Commodore 64 version of the "Grand Theft Auto V" (GTA 5), recreating the game's first teaser in the style of an 8-bit game.
The video is courtesy of the YouTube channel MajamiHiroz, where Hungarian animator Balazs Kalocsai releases videos demonstrating the old-school remake of the latest games and responds to queries like what it would be if like if Bubble Bobble will be played by Tony Montana.
In 8-bit style, it has subtitles using Michael's voiceover and a low-resolution style of one of the game's loading screens. It also holds many of the unforgettable scenes and pictures from the preview, including Michael and a group getting out the van to snatch a store and a crop duster soaring over a field.
The "Grand Theft Auto V" (GTA 5) was released and made public last September of 2013 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, making the franchise sold over 185 million units in the whole world. But on the other hand, up to now, fans and players are still pleading and awaiting for a PC release of "Grand Theft Auto V" (GTA 5), and its way back then assumed that an Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version will sooner or later be released - maybe in the following year, as Rockstar prepares to begin a next generation game by next March.
As of now, fans still need to keep on waiting for words about the most awaited story of "Grand Theft Auto V" (GTA 5), which could possibly have something to do with the lately filed trademark on the name "City Stories."
Meanwhile, an industry insider talked about the possibility of "Grand Theft Auto V" coming out on the latest consoles. According to Ahsan Rasheed, a remastered version of the "Game Theft Auto V" will drop this year.
"The only remaster this year that will sell in excess of 4 million is the one, the only, Grand Theft Auto 5," he tweeted via his thuway handle.
At this point, there is no way to find out if the fan-made video is legit or not but let's hope for the best that it will be released soon. Fans can wait for further announcements about the "Grand Theft Auto 5."