Overall, the trailer was stunning, but little to no gameplay details were revealed. At this point, anything said about the gameplay would be conjecture. Rockstar was intentionally vague on the story and gameplay details and the trailer was obviously a teaser, so I expect that there are more details to come, including online capabilities and the hopefully the possibility of multiple environments. Considering that it is a given that the first trailer is taking place in Liberty City, the setting for GTA III, we can either expect to visit a newly revamped Vice City (a billboard even advertises a trip to Vice City) and San Andreas in GTA IV or in the following iterations. While cramming multiple cities into the game seems unlikely, especially considering the detail that has gone into the revamped Liberty City, Rockstar has surprised us before. Revisiting Liberty City makes one thing abundantly clear though: Rockstar is rebuilding the GTA series from the ground up, beginning with their starting point, and this is just the beginning.
There is much more to the trailer and I am certain that I could go on for pages concerning the minuscule details, like the variously shaped and sized newspaper machines or the realistic looking and sounding seagulls by the ferry and Statue of Liberty, but in order to fully experience the beauty of the game trailer, you should check it out for yourself. Just be sure to visit the Rockstar site for the best quality in both visuals and sounds of the game. Like always, keep checking back with us, as we are confident that now that the first trailer has been revealed, actual gameplay details are soon to follow.