Hurricane Sandy Delays New GTA V Trailer

Hurricane Sandy Delays New GTA V Trailer

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We'll have to wait a little while longer for our second glimpse at Grand Theft Auto V.

With the announcement earlier this week of an official launch window for the next Grand Theft Auto title, anticipation for Rockstar's upcoming release is gaining momentum. Unfortunately, Hurricane Sandy seems to have put a damper on the second planned trailer for GTA V, as the developer's New York office is without power.

"We are working on a second trailer - unfortunately Hurricane Sandy has derailed our plans somewhat but we will have something to show soon," Rockstar notes on its official site. "It's hard to be precise as we have no power whatsoever in our New York office. We hope everyone else in affected areas is doing okay."

The first trailer for Grand Theft Auto V debuted way back in November of 2011, and showed off - among other things - the Southern California setting. Pre-orders for Grand Theft Auto V are scheduled to begin on November 5th. The game is slated to arrive in Spring of next year, though no firm date has yet been established.

Source: Rockstar

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Finally, gamers will care about hurricanes.

Unfortunately, it will probably only result in a bunch of "hurricane Faggot" rage.

Talk about a Tropical Depression :(

Screw you Hurricane Sandy, you think you're God's gift to the gaming industry?

It's always the same after those big disasters: you start hearing about the real tragedies days later.

Okay Sandy, While I didn't like the fact that you ruined so many lives..... now it's personal...

I thought GTA was made in Scotland?

bit_crusherrr:
I thought GTA was made in Scotland?

It is. Rockstar has offices in Edinburgh, where GTA is made. I too find it confusing that the trailer is coming from the NYC office.

Gordon Freemonty:

bit_crusherrr:
I thought GTA was made in Scotland?

It is. Rockstar has offices in Edinburgh, where GTA is made. I too find it confusing that the trailer is coming from the NYC office.

If the PR department operates out of NYC it would be reasonable I guess.

 

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