So our morning has been made thanks to Rockstar. If you haven't seen the online multiplayer reveal for Grand Theft Auto V, stop reading this and press play above. 

Great. Let's get into this. Rockstar has stated that the online component will go live two weeks after the September 17 release date. Which is an incredibly savvy way for Rockstar to cut down on trade-ins from people looking to marathon their way to the end of Grand Theft Auto V. The sheer amount of additional content that Rockstar has invested in the online experience will extend the entire GTA V life cycle for, well, years. Let's take a look at what we learned this morning.

Here is: "Grand Theft Auto" Online: What We Learned From This Morning's Reveal.

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