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Android Apps Free Download: GTA 5 To Release Game Manual On Play Store

By Staff Writer | September 17, 2013 01:09 PM EDT

Android Apps Free Download: GTA 5 To Release Game Manual On Play Store
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Grand Theft Auto 5 was released today at 12 AM in online and 'physical' stores in certain parts of the globe. And due to the game's vast world and even more action-packed gameplay, developer Rockstar announced an application will help players get through the game. If you are a great GTA fan, then you better get these Android apps free download. 

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The application, which consists of more than 100 pages of instructions and guides for GTA V will be released on the Play Store in a few weeks. This will make it easier for players to get used to controls and even discover some neat tricks and tips. 

The manual has already launched in the iOS App Store, but versions for the Play Store, Windows Phone, and PC/Mac will also be launched shortly. 

This is the short announcement from Rockstar as reported by Video Gamer:

"As this is the biggest Grand Theft Auto game to date, we literally couldn't fit everything into an old fashioned style printed booklet anymore," said Rockstar, "so instead we have taken the tradition of the classic GTA game manual into the digital era properly and have created for you a massive over-100-page free digital app for smartphones, tablets as well as desktops called Grand Theft Auto V: The Manual.

"The official manual app has everything from essential and practical Game Controls, Features and Credits info to a tour through the activities and local shops and brands in the game - and best yet, a special digital version of the game map to zoom in and explore with an interactive legend to browse neighborhoods and points of interest all over the entire world of Los Santos and Blaine County."

 

 

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