Queues for GTA V as title set to smash sales records
HAVE you played it yet?
Grand Theft Auto V hit the shelves last night, and then promptly flew off them again.
Game in Swansea Quadrant opened at 11.30pm ready for the midnight release of the long-awaited title.
When staff arrived at 9.30am they already had around 10 people waiting outside.
That number gradually grew until by 2.20am they had sold more than 200 copies of the game.
Grand Theft Auto is set in the open world of Los Santos and comes five years after the launch of the previous title.
Gamers play as several different characters in a violent world, carrying out robberies and other crimes, dodging the police and also finding time to enjoy fast cars and very expensive homes.
The game is expected to smash sales records with Amazon having already sold out.
Experts estimate it could generate £1 billion during its first year on sale when gamers are predicted to snap up some 25 million copies - breaking current records.
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