Grand Theft Auto V Revealed, Trailer Imminent
Anyone who checked Rockstar Games' main page recently (or any other page on the site) was directed to this:
It's real. It is coming.
No further explanation. Just that.
There has been evidence of GTAV's existence for some time now. Take-Two Interactive, which owns Rockstar, had casting calls for a game codenamed "Rush" back in March. The characters sounded like the type of people who would fill a GTA cast -- eccentric and involved in crime in some way.
Rockstar is known for keeping its content under wraps. The company didn't indicate anything regarding Max Payne 3 for about two years after its announcement. Even then, the recent demos being shown to media required that no one record any footage (or even look at their phones) or else those offenders would be escorted out of the room. Grand Theft Auto IV had virtually no game play revealed prior to its release.
Nov. 2 can't come soon enough. In the meantime, Rockstar fans can lament that no part of the company's website is readable at the moment.