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New Grand Theft Auto V trailers

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It's been a long time coming but with a September release date on the horizon, things are starting to seem bearable for Grand Theft Auto fans.

The fifth game is almost here and three new trailers have just dropped.

This fancy video gives you the chance to watch all three of them, in whatever order you so choose. Expect cars! Expect crime! Expect violence!

As you may be aware, the game will be set in Los Santos and follow the lives of misfortunes of three different criminals: Michael, Franklin and Trevor.

Grand Theft Auto V will be released September 17

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