How are you dealing with Rockstar’s ongoing silent tactics regarding the highly anticipated GTA V PS4, Xbox One and PC release dates? As we enter March, we are closing in on the traditional release pattern for a PC version, with the added excitement now of next-gen consoles also being added into the mix.
At this point, the GTA V community feels it is almost a certainty that Rockstar and Take-Two will bring the game to next-gen and PC, as it would be somewhat crazy if Take-Two didn’t tap into the huge earnings potential with a good chunk of gamers now leaving their PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles behind in the transition to next-gen.
Remember that GTA IV on PC released around eight months after the console release. If Rockstar are to follow and carry on their tradition over to GTA V, then we should be expecting a PC version to drop towards the end of March or in April.
In other words, the rumored Spring release for GTA V is still on the cards. The big question is whether Rockstar has also been working on PS4 and Xbox One ports behind the scenes as well. We have a feeling they may be, but until Rockstar comes out and says something in an official capacity, we are still second guessing at this point.
For those that have the luxury of owning either the Xbox One, PS4 and a gaming PC, we what to know what your preference would be in terms of what version you would like to see first.
PC owners will obviously be expecting the game eight months after the PS3 and Xbox 360 release, but if Take-Two are thinking business, they still could plan to seize the opportunity to earn the most money by releasing a PS4 and Xbox One version of GTA V first.
Either way, we have seen the masses of feedback from gamers who want to see GTA V land on all three platforms as soon as possible. Just have a look at some of the outcries that we have picked out on Twitter for you to read:
GTA V needs to come out for PS4. Seriously.
— G a i l e â¥ (@gailexx) February 21, 2014
Kid came into the store looking for GTA V for Xbox One. I laughed and walked away
— Blue J (@BlueAGoGo) February 17, 2014
Xbox One and PS4 demand for GTA V is sky high, but then again the excitement of playing GTA V with mods is also starting to become unbearable for PC owners.
PC version delayed almost a year?? gta v…. i want u.. TT
— Joung (@zj_low) February 22, 2014
Well, the real question is, are they ever going to release GTA V for PC?
— ShÃ¶myl (@Shumyl) February 22, 2014
Rockstar knows they have gamers in the palm of their hands right now. How do you think it will play out, in your opinion? Do you think we will see GTA V on PC first, or GTA V on PS4 and Xbox One with included DLC – give us your thoughts on this below.
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