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It finally launches next week, and with a development and marketing budget of £170m (around $267m), Grand Theft Auto V looks set to be the most expensive video game of all time.
During an earnings call this week, an NVIDIA director revealed that GTA V will launch on the PC "this fall", hinting at a launch soon after the Sep 17 availability date of the PS3 / Xbox 360 versions.
Rockstar has released a bunch of new screenshots showing more of what to expect from GTA V, the long-awaited next instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series, ahead of its launch in September.
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 has revealed another wave of screenshots for Grand Theft Auto V, focused around the themes of "Leisure" and "Business" - but there's still no indication of when the new title will launch.