After the recent Game Informer blowout where we had a lot of new information on the game, Rockstar boss Dan Houser has been giving interviews to various publications revealing information that we didn’t find in the Game Informer December issue.
Rockstar doesn’t want to license real cars because not only is it expensive and pointless, but they wouldn’t make a lot of sense in their games which is basically parody of the American culture. Besides most gamers have come to know and love cars like Cheetah, so it’s best if they continue with the same unlicensed clones because honestly it wouldn’t really make a difference.
“No, Rockstar isn’t interested in licensing real cars for its parody world,” he told Game Informer in a new interview.
He also had a lot to say about the wanted system in the game, but since it has remained same through all GTA games so far, they won’t be changing it much Houser hinted.
“When I asked Dan Houser about this in the interview, he said he wasn’t exactly sure how it would be changing yet. They are tweaking it a bit, but probably not much,” he revealed.
We don’t know what a 5 star wanted level in GTA 5 will result in considering the world is so large, but there better be some tanks.
In other GTA 5 news, you can pre order the game for £30 at Tesco. You can use this code “TDX-RJMW” with a £40 purchase.
The game will release on Spring 2013 for PS3 and Xbox 360.
Thanks, Digital Spy.