The official manual app for Grand Theft Auto V is now available at the Windows Phone Store. The manual has over 100 pages covering everything from game controls and features a tour through the local neighborhoods and activities across Los Santos and Blaine County.
We’re glad that the GTA V manual has made its way to Windows Phone, but we’re more eager about Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. It has already arrived at iOS and Android last December, but Windows Phone fans are still eagerly waiting. Officially, the last thing we’ve heard from Rockstar Games is to stay tuned for the Windows Phone version release coming soon. All we can do right now is wait.
GTAV: The Manual includes a special interactive version of the game map to zoom in and explore. It’s a free download from the Windows Phone Store. Check out the manual and share your thoughts in the comments!
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