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GTA V headed to PS4, Xbox One and PC later this year

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Jun 2014 0:00 User comments (7)

GTA V headed to PS4, Xbox One and PC later this year Rockstar Games has announced that Grand Theft Auto V is making its way to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC later this year.
The game was originally released in September of last year, and was a massive hit for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Sony's Andrew House announced the details during their E3 keynote, and Xbox's Major Nelson confirmed the release for Windows and the Xbox One, as well.

PS4 players will be able to transfer their characters and all online progress from the PS3 version (and the Xbox 360), making sure there is a fluid transition between games.

PC gamers will get a "video editor" addition to be able to make movies
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7 user comments

110.6.2014 6:52

I was actually expecting GTA V to be launched with the next-gen consoles in the first place.


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210.6.2014 11:42

Originally posted by Ketola:
I was actually expecting GTA V to be launched with the next-gen consoles in the first place.
I agree. Kinda feel cheated by this announcement but I must admit the graphics are still better than some games that are coming out now on the PS4

Trin - Making Digital Waves

310.6.2014 11:46

I read a few months ago, that GTA V would be available for PC THIS Month. Now I'm reading Rockstar is planning on "This Fall". I guess I must continue to be patient, and never trust everything I read online :S




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410.6.2014 11:48

Originally posted by omegaman7:
I read a few months ago, that GTA V would be available for PC THIS Month. Now I'm reading Rockstar is planning on "This Fall". I guess I must continue to be patient, and never trust everything I read online :S
It will be worth the wait. PC games always have the edge graphically and then there are the mods :D

Trin - Making Digital Waves

510.6.2014 11:53

Originally posted by TrinUK:
Originally posted by omegaman7:
I read a few months ago, that GTA V would be available for PC THIS Month. Now I'm reading Rockstar is planning on "This Fall". I guess I must continue to be patient, and never trust everything I read online :S
It will be worth the wait. PC games always have the edge graphically and then there are the mods :D
Agreed! :D GTA IV is one of the most played games on my PC. I wonder how my GTX 570 will handle the next release? Haven't found any hardware requirements yet. I suspect it will (Of course) be more demanding. Might just be time to upgrade. If so, I may just entertain Titan!

I suspect it could also be more CPU bound, than GPU. Just like IV ;)
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610.6.2014 12:13

Originally posted by omegaman7:
Agreed! :D GTA IV is one of the most played games on my PC. I wonder how my GTX 570 will handle the next release? Haven't found any hardware requirements yet. I suspect it will (Of course) be more demanding. Might just be time to upgrade. If so, I may just entertain Titan!

I suspect it could also be more CPU bound, than GPU. Just like IV ;)
I wouldn't worry about GTA V on higher end 500 series nVidia cards. It's the rest of the games coming out of E3 that'll put the older hardware to the test.

I think my 580 GTX is going to be retired by the end of the year.

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710.6.2014 13:03

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PS4 players will be able to transfer their characters and all online progress from the PS3 version (and the Xbox 360), making sure there is a fluid transition between games
^This...selling point. That was among my first questions when I heard this was getting a next-gen nod.


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