News is coming through that the official Grand Theft Auto IV website will launch tomorrow, with new screenshots, videos, and info on the game. We may even see a map of Liberty City. We will have more information on this very shortly… This is all we have to source right now: http://www.rockstargames.com/rss/ Edit from Andy: If you’re looking at jumping into a discussion about
Rockstar Games have launched the official Grand Theft Auto IV website. The site contains new screenshots, videos, and info on the game, as well as a map of Liberty City. The site takes the form of a tourist guide, and is split into the following sections: People and Places, Recreation and Entertainment, and Goods and Services. Multiplayer and soundtrack info is “coming soon” according to the
…kinda. A member called Bluespot at our forums has made a very intriguing discovery in the third GTA IV trailer. In the boat scene at 1:24, (part of) the Liberty City map appears to be shown on the boat’s dashboard. It is very small and therefore difficult to examine, but it does seem to give a fair indication of the shape of the
It seems SanAndreas.de, the ‘official’ german website for San Andreas revealed more of the map than they were supposed to! Earlier today the main flash clip with Cesar would also allow you to see the Las Venturas area, now the mistake has been corrected. Unfortunately, we can no longer show you the images, and R* confirmed that the map is NOT accurate. As you
UK magazine Games Master have published a 1-page feature containing new map details, whilst PSW bagged an exclusive preview (No new details, unfortunately), promising new exclusive images in next month’s issue. We managed to take a quick look at the Ssn Andreas map at the pause menu and, even though we can’t bring you any images yet, what we can tell you is that
The map that has been spreading around with the Official Playstation2 Magazine Germany has been accused of being falsified and just a guessed artwork, however with the new scans we can read that there is truth to it. “Unfortunately we were not able to take a picture of the map, therefore we drew an approximate representation of what we saw.