Rockstar have today released two new extended versions of previously seen artworks of Jimmy and Lamar. The artworks, which were first seen in previews released in May, show Jimmy and his sister Tracy arguing and Lamar breaking into car. Visit the Rockstar Newswire to download these new artworks. Share your thoughts over on GTAForums!
Two new official artworks have appeared on Rockstar’s Newswire just now. Entitled “Cash and Carry” featuring Michael on the Speedophile 2000 jetski and Franklin on a dirtbike; “getting things done” by sea and land. Both of these artworks were featured on the recently unveiled official box art. Of course many other modes of transport will also be available to accommodate your travel
While the mural in New York City is still a work in progress, Rockstar Games today released the digital version of the cover art online. Downloadable wallpaper versions are available at RockstarGames.com
Thanks to GTA Forums member FRA1Z3R, we have what would appears to be a new official artwork. As he jokingly points out, the artwork contains a helicopter within it. As most GTA fans know, this have become an obligatory piece of art to go onto a GTA game’s box art. Earlier this January, Rockstar have promised to unveil the game’s box
Rockstar have just revealed the latest official artwork of Trevor, sitting on a quadbike. Although we’ve seen this image before during the preview blowout, it has now been made available to download in a variety of resolutions. Posted on the Newswire, we’ve also been treated to a small insight into Trevor’s personality: Meet Trevor Phillips, the unhinged, unpredictable, psychopathic career criminal and drug addict
As promised, Game Informer have just revealed the cover for their upcoming Grand Theft Auto V issue. The cover shows THREE main characters, all of whom we have seen before in screenshots and the first trailer! Matt Bertz, the writer of GI’s GTAV spread, has confirmed that there will indeed be three protagonists with this tweet. How Rockstar will handle this is still unknown,
Game Informer recently posted digital versions of the GTA V artwork that has begun to appear on promotional displays in retail stores. One of the arts shows the hispanic dude from the debut trailer with a dog called “Chop”. Another art shows a female officer arresting a lady sporting a Love Fist t-shirt. For those who can’t remember, or who never played
UK retailer GAME has confirmed on Twitter what we told you on Saturday – that Grand Theft Auto V is set to arrive in Spring 2013. The tweet, since removed, contained a photo showing promotional box arts with two never-before-seen illustrations:
Right on the heels of the one year anniversary to GTAV’s announcement, Rockstar Games today shared with us the first official artwork for the game, entitled “Pest Control” – and promising “lots of info” next month, November. Grab the correct size for your device on the official website.