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After opening pre-orders back in June, Rockstar has finally announced that Grand Theft Auto V will come to the Xbox One and PS4 in November - but the PC version won't be arriving until next year.
If the preview of GTA V on the PlayStation 4 didn't impress you, a group of fans has dialled the realism up to max, in a real-world scene-for-scene remake of the original GTA V trailer, set in Madrid.
Rockstar announced that GTA V is coming to new-generation consoles later this year, and a video comparing the upcoming PS4 version alongside that of the PS3 shows how much better it will look.
After such a long time waiting, it's almost incredible that Grand Theft Auto V is finally coming to PC, alongside the Xbox One and PS4. Pre-orders will begin later today from the Rockstar Games site.
Earlier this week news was going around that a PC version of GTA V had mistakenly been unveiled by an Nvidia exec, but the company has now explained that they have no info on the launch of the game.
The wait for Grand Theft Auto V just got a little bit longer. Rockstar has finally announced a launch date for GTAV, but admitted that it will be four months later than originally planned.
Rockstar confirms that GTA V will launch on Xbox and PS3 next Spring, with pre-orders for the eagerly awaited game opening next week. But there's no plans yet, it seems, for a PC version.