Despite the lack of any official news from game developer Rockstar Games, some Twitter sources remain confident that Grand Theft Auto V will be released on Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One this year.
Every Grand Theft Auto V fan knows just how hard gamers have been petitioning, commenting and complaining about getting the game on PC. Still, Rockstar Games has yet to announce anything about the game even being in the works, but could there be a method behind their madness?
Recently, Rockstar Games announced a slew of spring updates for the online version of Grand Theft Auto V. The game developer was somewhat vague about the release date of some of these patches, but some new features are already dropping.
Rockstar Games has teased a Heists DLC update for its popular Grand Theft Auto Online game. Thanks to yet another hack, however, the new missions are reportedly already playable. Meanwhile, rumors say the update will be released officially soon.
Is Grand Theft Auto V for PC and next-gen consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One finally available for pre-order? Based on some international retailing sites, yes, but the news may be too good to be true.
Grand Theft Auto V fans have been demanding a PC version of the game since it was released last year. According to game developer Take-Two Interactive, however, there is no need to release another version of Grand Theft Auto yet. Still, release dates for the unannounced PC game continue fluttering around the web.
The epic console war between Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One has continued into 2014. Both sides are now claiming victory in the month of January as the PS4 conquers console sales while Xbox's software sales take the crown.
Grand Theft Auto Online gameplay keeps changing. Sometimes it is thanks to Rockstar Games, and sometimes it's courtesy of crafty players. This week, the game developer has promised upcoming updates, and yet another cheat keeps the game interesting.