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Saturday, 31 March 2007 12:51

GTA IV trailer is out

Written by Slobodan Simic

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And it looks good!
 

 

Recently, we wrote about GTA 4 and the time has come for the first massive trailer of one of the biggest games this year, the fourth part of Grand Theft Auto.

 

Trailer is here, and it sure looks good. As we were able to see from the trailer its still Liberty City or more likely Liberty State.

The Rockstar representative confirmed that the trailed is campture from the Rage engine at next generation console at 720p he said.  "We can confirm that all footage in the trailer was captured directly from 720p gameplay running real time in our Rage engine on a next-gen gaming console.".

 
All you need to do now is head for Rockstar GTA IV webpage here, and take a look at this trailer for yourself.

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