Fans have been going crazy trying to dissect and analyze the debut trailer of Grand Theft Auto V for any information about the game, but they may not have to wait much longer for some concrete revelations. In the latest edition of Rockstar Games’ “Asked and Answered” segment featured on its website, the studio has claimed that new details regarding the title is just “a few months’ time” away.
The Q&A session’s primary focus was on Max Payne 3, but the most intriguing of answers for gamers was one regarding Rockstar’s flagship franchise. It came in response to a listing of several fans, many via Twitter, clamoring for more information on the game.
“Right now, we are very hard at work on the game and are excited as well to show and tell you more as development progresses – expect that we’ll be talking much more about GTAV starting at some point in a few months’ time,” the studio replied.
A predetermined Internet reveal is likely since that is how the game’s debut trailer saw the light of day, but there are other possibilities as well. PAX East takes place in just under two months and has always had a strong Rockstar presence. Most probable of all is E3 in June, as Max Payne 3 will already be released and the studio will have nothing but GTAV to talk about barring any new game reveals.
Another highly interesting tidbit of information dropped off in the Q&A regarded last year’s crime-solving thriller L.A. Noire. When asked if the game would see any more additional content, Rockstar began discussing the likelihood of L.A. Noire continuing as a franchise.
“While there won’t be any more DLC or additional content for the current release of L.A. Noire (we’re all too busy working on Max Payne 3, GTAV and other games to come), don’t count out the possibility of a new game in the L.A. Noire franchise in the future,” answered the studio. “We simply have not decided anything. We’re all very pleased with how that game turned out and are considering what the future may hold for L.A. Noire as a series.”
The publisher/developer continued by stating the company doesn’t “rush to make sequels,” but that if Max Payne 3 and Red Dead Redemption are any evidence, it doesn’t mean they won’t “get to them eventually.” According to Rockstar, the real culprit on this issue is that of “bandwidth and timing.”