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Friday, 03 February 2012 09:35

Progress made on GTA V development

Written by David Stellmack



Take-Two confirms no release date yet


During Take-Two’s financial call the company confirmed that Grand Theft Auto V was “…making great progress” in development, but the company was still far from “determining a window of release.” This news isn’t going to make GTA V fans happy.

The analysts that we have spoken with seem to agree with our analysis that GTA V will most likely arrive during Take-Two’s upcoming fiscal year, which ends on March 31st, 2013. Still, knowing that most analysts are speculating about this, Take-Two has remained eerily quiet, which just adds to the mystery.

During the call, Take-Two revealed no specifics about GTA V beyond saying that the game “…promises to continue Rockstar’s track record of delighting fans and raising the bar in interactive entertainment.”

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