The FAQ of GTA V:
Below are most of the FAQ about GTA V:
Q. Does the game need to install to the hard drive and are there multiple discs?
Yes, it has a mandatory install that takes about 20 minutes on Xbox 360 and uses up 7.7GB of hard drive space. The game comes on two discs, but the first is labeled only as ‘install,’ and we’ve never had to use it again. We haven’t seen or played the PlayStation 3 version, but we’d be willing to bet it also has to be installed as well.
Q. How long does the map take to drive end-to-end?
That depends on the vehicle. Via the twin-prop Cuba 800 airplane, it takes about 5 minutes from the northernmost tip of the landmass to the southernmost. There is no direct route by road from north to sound (there’s a lake in the way apart from anything), but it must take at least 20 or 30 minutes even off-road.
Q. How big is the game? How long does it take to complete?
According to Rockstar, it’s bigger than GTA: San Andreas, GTA IV, and Red Dead Redemption combined, which seems believable. They’ve also spoken about 100 hours to complete the whole game, but that’s hard to say as the game doesn’t measure how long you’ve been playing, and it’s often hard to tell which missions are essential and which aren’t. We’d estimate it’d take well over 30 hours to get through the story-only tasks, however.
Q. How does health regenerate? What is checkpoint-ing like?
If your health falls below 50 percent, it regenerates back to the halfway mark automatically, which takes about 30 seconds. To top yourself up beyond that, you need to collect a health kit. The checkpoint-ing works much like any other modern game, and you certainly don’t have to start from scratch if you fail at any point – unlike the earlier GTA games.
Q. Is there destructible scenery?
Yes. Wood splinters realistically in all of the missions, and heavy weapons can knock chunks out of stone supports and the like. You can blow up gas tanks, and some structures can collapse if you hit them in the right place – although these opportunities are rare. There are more extensive examples of destructible scenery in cut scenes but not, so far as we’ve seen, in gameplay.
Q. Does the game get rid of the all boring socializing missions and phone interruptions of GTA IV?
You don’t have to socialize with anyone to access any missions, although you can phone up contacts at any time to ask to meet up. Nobody phones you if not for a task, although they do occasionally send a text or email. There are a few examples of perversely uninteresting goals (an early sub-mission involving impounding a car, for example). Still, by and large, the game has dialed back GTA IV’s obsession with mundane tasks.
Q. How is sex portrayed in the game?
There’s a strip club that you can go to and where the women do a topless lap dance, including two of them at once if you flirt with them successfully. Lap dances are a simple mini-game where you have to avoid letting the bouncer see you grope the women. If you do well, though, you can get the girl to ‘like’ you and the option to go back to her place. You just see the house during the deed, though, plus some moaning and a line of dialogue hinting at what they’re doing.
so there you go some frequently asked questions or faq of gta v.