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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 08:17

Still no next-gen or PC announcement for GTA V

Written by David Stellmack

Take-Two says they have nothing to say

Rockstar publisher Take-Two says that they have nothing to say regarding the possibility of Grand Theft Auto V for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the PC. While the PC version has been rumored from a number of sources for quite a while now, Take-Two says they will leave any future announcements on the topic in the hands of Rockstar.

While Take-Two has dropped hints that a port to the next-gen consoles as well as the PC could be on the way, Rockstar will make an announcement when they feel it is appropriate, according to Take-Two. So, if an announcement is coming, it will come from Rockstar.

While we do believe that GTA V is coming for the PC, if a next-generation version is also coming Rockstar is doing a good job of hiding that fact. Since GTA 5 has become the highest-selling game of all time, moving an incredible 32.5 million units, we do think that they would still like to make some additional money selling more copies of the game. We will just have to wait and see.

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