Speaking to The Guardian, Houser was quoted as saying, “We’ve got this big open-world experience that’s 100 hours long, and that gives players control over what they do, what they see, and how they see it. A world where you can do everything from rob a bank to take a yoga lesson to watch TV, all in your own time. How do you condense that into a two-hour or 12-hour experience where you take away the main things: player agency and freedom?”
Sounds like a pretty epic game so far, and here’s hoping Rockstar doesn’t disappoint! Grand Theft Auto 5 is expected to arrive on the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 come 17th of September, a date which we’re sure many gamers have already marked on their calendars.
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