The newest trailer for Grand Theft Auto V has been released, and Dorkly has combed through every frame of footage to bring you the latest reveals and details from the most anticipated game of 2013.

Palm trees WILL be featured in the game.
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Finally, months of speculation can come to an end.

Shirts are no longer included.
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About time! Shirts just get in the way of Rockstar's updated, HD nipple graphics.

Instead of boats, all water-based missions will employ trailers/mobile homes.
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Also, it appears there MAY be shirts included in the game (possible DLC?).

One character will have a receding hairline.
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Huge step forward for Grand Theft Auto and the videogame industry as a whole. Fingers crossed for toupee-based DLC in the near future.

You CAN drive cars.
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Whether you can steal them or not remains to be seen. Our speculation: no. Stealing cars is illegal in most states, and videogames these days are smart enough not to promote illegal behavior.

Red cars WILL be included!
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Sounds like all those petitions I made and everyone refused to sign because they "were stupid and pointless" have paid off.

Halfway through the trailer, it keeps buffering and when you reload the page, you get this message.
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Very mysterious. Who is "Internet"? Why are you unable to connect to him or her? Also, you will be unable to email IT to help you, and then your boss will tell you they've been monitoring your internet usage and caught you watching videogame trailers on company time and now you have to clean out your desk and be gone by the end of the day. What does this all mean?

Guess we'll have to wait 'til Spring 2013 for all the answers!