PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Grand Theft Auto 5 receive the video-crafting Rockstar Editor mode next month.

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The September update also adds features new for the game's PC version.

You'll be able to add audio tracks and sound effects from a library of samples.

A new Director Mode lets you better control your time of day settings, and spawn air or water vehicles.

Snapmatic photos will be exportable into your video creations. The game's library of fonts is also being tripled in size.

Grand Theft Auto 5's Rockstar Editor has already been used to create all manner of stunt montages and short films.

For example, skip to the 8:50 mark below to see our Ian Higton let loose on a golf course. The results are... distressing.

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