The travelogue features an assortment of details regarding what players can expect to encounter and have access to when they visit the game's main settings of Los Santos and Blaine County.
This includes "fast cars at your fingertips," a "thriving economy and commerce," "affordable health care," and "the great outdoors," among others.
In addition, a gubernatorial race will take place during the events of GTAV, with Sue Murry running against conservative challenger Jock Cranley.
Rockstar said the Los Santos and Blaine Country travelogue will be updated "soon" with details regarding local artisans, music and entertainment, "country club lifestyle," and more.
GTAV launches September 17 for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Rockstar will release the first official trailer and details for the game's online mode on Thursday.