Grand Theft Auto V PC Misses Fall 2014 Release Date, To Be Officially Released On January 27th

Rockstar announced today that Grand Theft Auto V will arrive on PS4 and Xbox One on November 18th, with the PC version to follow on January 27th. Rockstar did not reveal the reasons behind the PC delay, though we all know that it was done in order to boost the console sales

Grand Theft Auto V for PS4, Xbox One and PC will feature a range of major visual and technical upgrades to make Los Santos and Blaine County more immersive than ever. In addition to increased draw distances and higher resolution, players can expect a range of additions and improvements including:

– New activities;
– New weapons;
– New vehicles;
– Additional wildlife;
– Denser traffic;
– New foliage system;
– Enhanced damage and weather effects, and much more.

The current-gen version of Grand Theft Auto V will also feature enhanced radio selections, with over 100 additional new songs and new DJ mixes from returning DJs across the game’s 17 radio stations.

All players who pre-order the game will receive $1,000,000 in-game cash to spend across Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online.

Enhancements to Grand Theft Auto Online include an increased player count, with online play now for up to 30 players on PS4 and Xbox One (no word yet on PC). All existing gameplay upgrades and Rockstar-created content released since the launch of Grand Theft Auto Online will also be available for PS4, Xbox One and PC with much more to come.

Existing players on PS3 and X360 will be able to transfer their current Grand Theft Auto Online characters and progression to their choice of PS4, Xbox One or PC.

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