GTA V PS4, Xbox One, PC release date hasn’t changed

By Alan Ng - Aug 31, 2014

Last week we spoke about rumors on a potential delay to GTA V on PS4, Xbox One and PC. These rumors were very surprising at the time and now Rockstar has somewhat been forced into clarifying their stance on an official level.

We told you about the lack of information regarding GTA V on next-gen and PC considering we are expecting the game this Fall, had led some to believe that it wouldn’t be ready for release in a few months.

Now though, we can see that Rockstar has put out a statement on their support website, responding to one fan who specifically asked them if GTA V PS4, Xbox One and PC had been delayed or not.

The response was from Rockstar staff member ‘Steve’ was:

“I’m also looking forward to the PC release, however this release date has not changed. Please see our support article for the most recent information on this topic.”

So there we have it, we’re still waiting for the first actual gameplay showing GTA V on PS4, Xbox One and PC but Rockstar has insisted that there will be no delay and we should still expect the game this Fall as planned.

As we’re now in September though, obviously Rockstar will need to give information out on the game soon, especially given that you would think that retailers need to be in the know with the status on the game, before they start their marketing programs.

Are you surprised that Rockstar and Take-Two have been very quiet on the status of GTA V next-gen and PC? Give us your thoughts on this below.

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  • Gdm Laz

    Way 2 quiet for a REMASTERED that is aiming to make so much…… THE LAST OF US had more hype than this from the developers

    • Herve Shango

      nah metro redux is way better than last of us

      • Josh101

        How so? I’m curious as to your reasoning on your opinion. Also, how does your comment have anything to do with his statement? Considering he was speaking about the marketing hype from one developer over another.