Rockstar has released campaign videos for Grand Theft Auto 5's fictional gubernatorial candidates.
Former actor and stuntman Jock Cranley is a conservative challenger who hates everyone and admits to being a dick, while Sue Murry is a liberal who plans to get the state of San Andreas back on its feet with a big increase in government spending and investment in public radio.
More than a dozen new GTA 5 screenshots were released on Tuesday, alongside fresh artwork and details of the activities players will be able to lose themselves in when the game launches next month. Five more GTA 5 screenshots made their way online today.
Rockstar is set to unveil Grand Theft Auto Online this Thursday, August 15. The online component of GTA 5 will be revealed with a gameplay video, which is set to go live alongside a comprehensive CVG preview and extensive coverage from our weekly YouTube show GTA 5 o'clock.