Grand Theft Auto Online Gameplay Trailer is Lacking in Random Civilian Assaults

Grand Theft Auto Online

Ever wanted to beat up a working girl or run over a pedestrian with your buddy online? Well, you’re going to get that chance in Rockstar Games’ “Grand Theft Auto Online”. The game is exactly what it sounds like — the “Grand Theft Auto” gaming experience transported online. I haven’t a clue how this will actually work (so what, everyone can just run around destroying things, shooting civilians, etc?), but it does look pretty cool.

Hey, better the tykes take out their illegal fantasies in a game than out there in the real world, right?

In Grand Theft Auto Online, you’ll have the freedom to explore alone or with friends, work cooperatively to complete missions, band together to participate in activities and ambient events, or compete in traditional game modes with the entire community, all with the personality and refined mechanics of Grand Theft Auto V.

You’ll get free access to “Grand Theft Auto Online” on October 1st when you buy a retail copy of “Grand Theft Auto V”. Okay, so it’s not actually free, but it’s free-ish. And besides, you know you’re going to buy “Grand Theft Auto V” when it hits stores this September 17th, don’t lie.

Grand Theft Auto V Game Box Cover