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.
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The Amazon websites in the UK and France both have listing for a PC port of Grand Theft Auto V, leading more credence to a PC version of the open world action game sequel is in the works.
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.
New screenshots from Rockstar Games show off three of the vehicles that users will get to check out in the upcoming Grand Theft Auto V, with the promise of more to come.
A since pulled CV from a Rockstar North employee has given an October 2012 launch date for the highly anticipated open world crime action game Grand Theft Auto V.
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A new rumor claims that Grand Theft Auto V could be set in a fictional version of Los Angeles, much like how previous games in the series have been set in fictional versions of other US cities.
As reported by GrE, Michael Pachter, Gaming Research Analyst for Wedbush Morgan Securities said that Grand Theft Auto IV may be too large of a game to handle downloadable content as the majority of the...