gtaAt E3 back in June, it was revealed that Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V would be arriving for the PC later this fall. There was no specific date mentioned, but according to a retailer over in Europe, they have marked the game as being released on the 14th of November. It is unclear if they’re just using a placeholder date or if they know something we don’t.

Assuming the latter is true, it is unclear if Grand Theft Auto V for the PC will be released worldwide simultaneously, so there is a chance that the listing for Europe could be an earlier/later release than everywhere else. That being said, take it with a grain of salt for now, but we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more information.

GTA 5 for the PC was finally launched after gamers had long petitioned the folks at Rockstar. Last we checked, the petition was sitting at over 700,000 signatures, so we guess either Rockstar finally listened to their fans or they have been sitting on the PC version for a while and was just waiting for the right time to announce it.

Along with the launch on PC, Rockstar also confirmed that they would be releasing the game for next-gen consoles, like the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. Based on what we can see, the game looks great on next-gen consoles, so it’s definitely worth looking forward to.

Filed in Gaming . Tags: gta 5 and rockstar. Source: pcgamer
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