The new Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer invites you to take a tour of Blaine County.
If you haven’t heard of Grand Theft Auto 5 by now, you probably aren’t a gamer. The criminal life sandbox title is likely the most anticipated game of 2013, putting even next-gen games to shame with how massive the game’s freedom is promising to be. You can do almost anything in the game, if the GTA 5 musical recently reported by The Inquisitr has anything to say about it.
The Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer begins with narrative from a guy with a Southern accent as a beat-up truck makes its way down the dusty road of the desert:
“Why should you visit my Blaine County? Well besides being able to listen in on my award winning radio show on Blaine County Radio, we got everything you could want. Sand, migrants, and brain-bakin’ heat that slow-roasts roadkill to scrumptious flavors. Make gravity your b**** by base-jumping down Castle Creek, where man can truly become bird before shooting more wildlife to demonstrate our utter dominion over it. Get a souvenir that lasts a lifetime, like a tramp stamp or other well-thought-out tattoo. I myself enjoy the pastime of inebriation, darts at Yellow Jack’s bar, and sandy shores. Blaine County is a peaceful land of great view. You’ll experience a whole range of emotions from hatred and paranoia to despair and depression. I’m Dwayne Earl, and this is my Blaine County.”
Yup, even the radio announcers in the Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer have kept the sense of humor the series’ radio stations are known for.
Among the scenery in the trailer are a guy walking out of a 247 convenience store with a fat burger as the announcer is talking about roadkill, another guy shooting deer with a rifle as an entire herd runs away, a bar fight, and a guy wandering drunkenly onto the railroad tracks in front of an oncoming train.
The Grand Theft Auto 5 trailer that gives us a tour of Blaine County definitely has a sense of humor about it.