Rockstar holding GTAV online casting call

Developer will choose five fans and use their features to create in-game characters for fictional Epsilon Program religion.

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Rockstar Games is holding an online casting call, giving fans an opportunity to appear as one of five Epsilon Program members in this September's high-profile open-world sandbox action game Grand Theft Auto V.

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To participate, fans must fill out the form on the Epsilon Program website by May 27 and upload a photo of themselves. Rockstar said this photo should be well lit and focus closely on the person's head and shoulders, similar to a passport picture.

"We recommend that you look straight into the camera and that you do not wear anything that obscures your features such as glasses or a hat," the company said.

If chosen, a person's features will be used to create one of the five characters in GTAV. It was not divulged what role these characters will play in the game.

Last week, Rockstar teased GTAV in a new video related to the Kifflom fictional cult religion that is the focus of the Epsilon Program viral marketing for the game.

GTAV launches September 17 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. New trailers for the game will be released tomorrow, April 30, at 11 a.m. EDT.

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