Grand Theft Auto V for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One may be gaining a long-awaited first-person mode, that is according to a now removed feature list on Rockstar's website (via VG247
Preserved as a Google Cache
, the features listed below were allegedly listed in a September 12th update to the official website of GTA V, but have since been deleted. According to the page, we can expect an array of new content for the next-gen version, including first-person mode for inside vehicles and on-foot.
Increased draw distances, finer texture details, denser traffic, and enhanced resolutions all work together to bring new life to the cities, towns, deserts and oceans of Rockstar North’s epic reimagining of Southern California.
All new content and gameplay created since the launch of Grand Theft Auto Online, including an extensive array of new Jobs, an arsenal of new weapons, scores of new vehicles, new properties and player customizations will also be available for the PlayStation 4 system, Xbox One and PC with much more to come. In addition, the current community of players will have the ability to transfer their Grand Theft Auto Online characters and progression to their choice of PlayStation 4, Xbox One or PC.
Grand Theft Auto V for PC will also feature a video editor designed for advanced movie-making.
A brand new first person mode for vehicles that shows the interior of the vehicle, including working speedometers, tachometers, dash lights, and more
A brand new first person mode while on foot
A wealth of new easter eggs and random events for Story Mode
New animals roaming Los Santos
Animals in GTA Online?
Players that transfer characters from Xbox 360 or PS3 will receive free new weapons and a free garage in GTA Online.
Newly overhauled character selection screen
As the post was pulled don't take this as confirmed features, and of course it is also entirely possible that the Google Cache has been faked. Still, this will definitely poke the interest of those still on the fence about picking up a copy.
Grand Theft Auto V will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One come November 18th, with a PC release set for January 2015.