|QUOTE (Adriaan @ Friday, May 3 2013, 06:01)|
|QUOTE (Darkrebirth @ Friday, May 3 2013, 07:23)|
| What does he mean by the entire game is still kept secret? We know that there will be missions based off personal conflicts, heists and whatnot...we know features, mechanics, vehicles, areas of the city etc. What exactly is the big secret here? Is it the multiplayer or is there more to singleplayer that they won't tell us until near release? |
I sort of FEEL like we've seen the whole game [except the missions and story and multiplayer].
I'm not sure how you can feel this way. We've seen so little of the map, hardly scratched the surface when it comes to weapons and vehicles (which we know is the most yet in a GTA game).
We know so little of the full experience which, yes, the map, missions, side missions, dynamic world event missions (like in RDR) are made up of - among other things.
Not to mention, we don't really know anything about multiplayer.
At least, that's the way I feel about things.
I followed everything they put out before RDR's release, and there were many unique experiences and surprises when I played the game.
I hardly think we know as much as you make it out to be - especially when you said we know about vehicles.
Well i guess it comes down to the specifics. Of course we dont know all the weapons or all the cars in the game or the dynamic/side missions but we know they exist which is a given. It wont be a suprise to see there is a wide variety, we have been told that. What Darkbirth and others are saying is we have seen a very good majority of the gameplay features that make up an average R* open world game.
Regarding that map, yes we havnt seen a good portion of it but take a look around the mapping thread and it IS obvious we have seen almost the entire city of Los santos. There will be littles suprises in terms of the city size.
Im sure R* definetly has plenty up their sleeve such as multiplayer and cant wait to see what else but i definetly think we have been told a good majority of what will make up the core gameplay of GTAV. Obviously seeing a list and descriptions of gameplay isnt comparable to discovering it yourself but that in itself is a given, would not consider that a huge suprise or any kind of revelation.