‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Map Leaked Online

David Cornell - Author

Sep. 10 2013, Updated 10:56 a.m. ET

Grand Theft Auto V‘s map has been leaked online before the game’s release.

So far we know that GTA5 will feature three protagonists all mixed up in the same storyline for different reasons, and the vehicles used in the PlayStation exclusive game from Rockstar will be more varied than ever before. We also know that in Online GTA, other players will do to you what you probably do to everyday NPCs all the time in single player mode, so you should probably make use of insurance and ATMs, as previously reported by The Inquisitr.

You can view the Grand Theft Auto V map at Gameranx, but we will be putting clues together to see what hijinks may be waiting in the game, based on announcements and the official Grand Theft Auto V trailer below.

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First off, it appears that most of the action will be happening in the south end of the map, where the residences and businesses seem to be the most plentiful. Most of it is covered in hills and flora, and there appears to be an airport on the west edge. This could mean a lot of thrill-seekers will be heading to the western part of the map to cause some mayhem as they play chicken with landing planes, or possibly hijack them for some terrorist-level adventures. Just don’t do that in the real world, please.

Toward the middle of the north part of the Grand Theft Auto V map sits a massive lake, with some ocean-front properties. You might have boat races or possibly some dirty hijackings as you steal them in a string to get to the other side James Bond style.

A lot of the map seems to be covered with grass and trees, which could make for some epic cross-country chases that might get you lost in a hurry. It’s a good thing you don’t have to buy gas to keep these vehicles running, or the life of crime could get expensive quickly.

Do you have any ideas based on the Grand Theft Auto V map recently leaked online?


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