We had no idea that seeing Los Santos through the eyes of Trevor would be so beautiful.
Rockstar Games has revealed that it redefined the first-person perspective of Grand Theft Auto V. While most GTA games have had some form of a first-person perspective in the past, it was always limited. Most of the time, you could only look around in first-person and the camera would zoom back out to a third-person view once your character started moving. While driving, the first-person perspective was always placed in front of the bumper of the car to give you an optimal view. Now, Rockstar Games is redefining GTA's first-person experience, letting you play the entire game from the eyes of either Trevor, Michael or Franklin, depending on who you are controlling of course.
Just look at that trailer and see all the changes. Each vehicle has had its interiors redone to have authentic tachometer and speedometers that react to how you drive. If your character is wielding a gun, you will see the gun in front of you like an FPS. We were scared that piloting helicopters would be a pain, but this trailer proved us wrong.
Grand Theft Auto V will launch for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Nov. 18 and PC on Jan. 27, 2015.
How about drinking hot coffee in first-person?