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Wednesday, 19 December 2007 15:20

GTA IV to hit UK on April 25th

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Rockstar's best will miss Easter

 

According to a post over at MCV, Rockstar's sequel in the Grand Theft Auto series will not be released in March. The last confirmed info from Rockstar was that GTA IV will come out sometime between February and April.

MCV reports that sources close to the game's publisher have revealed that the title will hit shelves in the UK in the last week of April. This is still in line with Rockstar's plan to launch the game in the second financial quarter, or simply from February to the end of April. We all silently hoped that the game would come out sometime in February or at least in March, but according to this new rumor, Rockstar will wait until the last minute.

As expected, a Rockstar spokesperson said that they don't comment on "rumors and speculations". You can check out the article here.




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