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Rockstar Games' next-gen blockbuster coming by Spring 2015

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 16 May 2014 0:59 User comments (4)

Rockstar Games' next-gen blockbuster coming by Spring 2015 Rockstar Games has announced that its upcoming next-gen game is planned for release in the current fiscal year, which ends on March 31, 2015.
Parent company Take-Two made the revelation during their quarterly earnings report.

Outside of that time frame, the company did not reveal anything about the game, or even whether it will be a sequel to one of their franchises or a whole new IP.

Rockstar has not had a new project announced since Grand Theft Auto V's launch in September of last year.

GTA V, which has sold 33 million copies for PS3 and Xbox 360, is not available for the next-gen PS4 and Xbox One consoles. There have been rumors that a sequel to Red Dead Redemption is likely the next in line for the gaming studio.

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4 user comments

116.5.2014 9:57

I personally think it's going to be GTA V, but to be honest I really hope not. Not that it isn't a great game because it is, but I've been there and done that with my Xbox 360, so looking forward to something new on PS4 and Xbox One.

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Steve

216.5.2014 17:05

I just hope it isn't another LA Noir.



317.5.2014 1:22

Originally posted by SJN1976:
I personally think it's going to be GTA V, but to be honest I really hope not. Not that it isn't a great game because it is, but I've been there and done that with my Xbox 360, so looking forward to something new on PS4 and Xbox One.
Just because YOU have "been there and done that" is no reason they should not release it for PC users like ME who have not!

419.5.2014 15:08

Originally posted by KillerBug:
I just hope it isn't another LA Noir.
IKR!!!!


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