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New GTA IV DLC episodes coming in 2010

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 Jul 2009 0:37 User comments (8)

New GTA IV DLC episodes coming in 2010 According to video game analyst Todd Mitchell, Take-Two and Rockstar will be releasing two new DLC episodes for the blockbuster game Grand Theft Auto IV in 2010, and will then release GTA V in 2011.
In an interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Mitchell added that the DLC may not necessarily be Xbox 360-exclusive like the previous episodes and could be available for the PS3 as well.

"I would expect that there would be two more pieces of downloadable content for GTA IV, that's what has been indicated to me, although formats are unsure. It's been indicated to me to me that would be the case," said Mitchell.

As for GTA V, Mitchell expects a 2011 release date, alongside a new GTA title for the aging PS2.

"Coming out of E3 there was no commitment to a new Grand Theft Auto, and I think that's because of Rockstar's track record with delivering on time,"
added Mitchell.

"Of the three, I'm least confident in saying for sure there will be a new GTA for PlayStation 2, but the track record shows that PSP titles have been repositioned [on PS2]," he finished.

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8 user comments

13.7.2009 14:28

So next year they will give me a reason to play this game again? Alrighty. Lets see what happens.

23.7.2009 19:00

I am still playing this game since its release date. I can't wait. Too bad I have it only on the PS3

33.7.2009 23:59

Oh goodie...more spastic EPISODIC crap

44.7.2009 4:54

Originally posted by AlBundy:
I am still playing this game since its release date. I can't wait.
So am i :), i love this game (on the 360), a couple of hours aimless driving around most days, finding new ways to explode rows of cars or whatever is a great stress reliever.
Didn't know there was a GTA V scheduled, will have to look into that.



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56.7.2009 21:18

i cant get iternet on ps3 because the settings on the ps3 is messed up and the test connection keep failing

67.7.2009 6:55

Originally posted by lomont:
i cant get iternet on ps3 because the settings on the ps3 is messed up and the test connection keep failing
This is a news article, please search the existing PS3 threads and start your own thread in the PS3 forum
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 07 Jul 2009 @ 6:56



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79.7.2009 14:16

I am really glad to hear that there will be a chance that us p3 owners will start getting stuff for GTA4 but I still think its a whole lot of BS that MS Terrorized Rockstar into Screwing us P3 people over so they could have DLC only . I think Rock star needs to Grow some Balls and give us what the TERRORist BOX(yes Xbox is a support for Terrorism) was given. and keep giving us DLC

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Originally posted by Damastes:
I am really glad to hear that there will be a chance that us p3 owners will start getting stuff for GTA4 but I still think its a whole lot of BS that MS Terrorized Rockstar into Screwing us P3 people over so they could have DLC only . I think Rock star needs to Grow some Balls and give us what the TERRORist BOX(yes Xbox is a support for Terrorism) was given. and keep giving us DLC
Fanboy??? PFFFFF
BTW i didnt know that gta iv dlc's are xbox exclusive :O
well hope that with next dlc's ps3 owners will be able to buy them too.. and you should hope that AFTER new dlc's they start to sell TLAD & TBoGT for ps3 too... that would be nice! PiecE!

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