GTA V Release Date Changed by Retailer, Trailer Soundtrack Revealed, Possible Character Hint

Following the release of the trailer for Rockstar’s GTA V, some new details have been uncovered including a UK retailer changing the game’s initial release date, the debut trailer’s soundtrack being revealed, as well as a possible hint to a character who’s made an appearance in the series.

Firstly, Zavvi had originally listed GTA V as a July, 2012 launch. However, the UK-based online retailer has now changed it to a more specific date: November 23rd, 2012.

Furthermore, the trailer’s soundtrack has been unveiled to be Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake Overture/ Afterglow (of Your Love).

Finally, a possible character hint has been delivered in the trailer (via NeoGAF). There is a male escorting someone outside the club showcased within the trailer, as seen in below:

It is believed to be Luis Lopez; the personal body guard of Tony Prince (the main protagonist in Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony) who owns a night club – hence the comparison to the character via the Grand Theft Auto V trailer.

Grand Theft Auto V’s first trailer was revealed earlier today, and you can watch it below.