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Weapon Stats and Selection
As seen in this picture to the right taken from the 3:14 mark of the gameplay video, the way the player changes weapons is switched. In this new screen, stats of the weapon are displayed to the player; these have been confirmed to be customizable, though how they become so is unknown. The stats shown in the selection screen include Damage (which would likely be how much damage the bullets do), Fire Rate (how fast the weapon would be able to fire rounds), Accuracy (how on-target or not the weapon is) and Range (how far the round can go and do damage). Also, in this photo, you can see the words Extended Clip & Grip on the rifle. Also, players can now have more than one weapon in the same slot.
Weapon's noise range
Each time the player fires the gun, the radar will show a red circle as weapon's noise. If any threat is within the red circle, they will be alerted by the player, and if a cop is within the noise range, the player may gain a wanted level.
Rockstar Games confimed in the GI cover story that the Melee Combat in GTA V is "better than we had in the past." How far they can push it is depending on the "resources Rockstar allocate to it." But Rockstar also stated that even though the Melee Combat won't be as big of a deal as shooting (with the way they make the game), it will still be "really strong and fun," stated by Houser Dan Houser.
The Baseball Bat is a melee weapon in GTA V.
The Knife is a melee weapon in GTA V.
A Nightstick is a melee weapon in GTA V.
The Hammer is available to those who have the special and collector's edition.
The Wrench can be used during a torture sequence.
The Crowbar is a melee weapon in GTA V.
The Golf Club is a melee weapon in GTA V.
The Pistol is a weapon in GTA V.
The Combat Pistol is a weapon in GTA V.
The AP Pistol is a fully automatic pistol in GTA V.
The Stun Gun is a semi-lethal weapon in GTA V.
The Pistol .50 is available to anyone who has the special and collector's edition.
The Micro SMG is a Sub Machine Gun in GTA V.
The SMG is a Submachine Gun in GTA V.
Assault SMGThe Assault SMG makes an appearence as an unlockable weapon for Rockstar Social Club members.
The Pump Shotgun is a weapon in GTA V.
Sawed-off ShotgunThe Sawn-off Shotgun is a pump action shotgun in GTA V.
Assault ShotgunThe Assault Shotgun is a fully automatic shotgun in GTA V.
The Bullpup Shotgun is a pump action shotgun available to those who have the Special and Collector's edition. It will be available to download for those who bought the normal edition.
Light Machine Guns
The MG is a Light Machine Gun in GTA V.
The Advanced MG is a Light Machine Gun in GTA V.
Sniper RifleThe Sniper Rifle is a bolt action sniper rifle in GTA V.
The Heavy Sniper is a bolt action sniper rifle in GTA V.
The RPG is an explosive weapon in GTA V.
Grenade LauncherThe Grenade Launcher is an explosive weapon in GTA V.
The Minigun is a weapon in GTA V.
Sticky Bombs are thrown weapons in GTA V.
Grenades are thrown weapons in GTA V.
Tear Gas is a thrown weapon in GTA V.
Molotov Cocktail is a thrown weapon in GTA V.
The Parachute is a returning weapon in GTA V.
Gas Canisters can be used to douse objects in Gasoline and shot to ignite it.
Binoculars are used during certain missions in GTA V.
Weapon customization and attachments
The purpose of a suppressor is to dampen gunshots and hide the flash.
The Scope is a weapon attachment in GTA V. It grants limited zoom capability to some weapons.
The Extended Mag is a weapon attachment in GTA V. It increases the ammo capacity of magazine-fed weapons.
The Grip is a weapon attachment in GTA V. It increases the accuracy of weapons it is attached to.
The Flashlight is a weapon attachment in GTA V. It projects a beam of light making it easier to see enemies in poorly lit areas.
The Advanced Scope is a weapon attachment for Sniper Rifles in GTA V. It has a greater zoom range than the standard sniper rifle scope. It can also work as a thermal scope during certain missions in the game.