Rockstar provides update about GTA V news

There are many gamers looking forward to the release of the next Grand Theft Auto title, after some were left disappointed with the last installment. Earlier this month developer Take Two announced that the work on the game was going well without going into much detail. Now Rockstar Games has provided an update about GTA V news.

Previously the company had promised we would be hearing some information about the game this month, but now this doesn’t look the case. According to Now Gamer the company has said there will be more details of GTA 5 after they have released Max Payne 3.

Since the trailer was first teased last year any solid information about the title has been pretty much non-existent. Now Rockstar has said that will change “in a few months time”. The company was taking part in a question and answer session about Max Payne 3, but mentioned GTA 5.

They first thanked gamers for their response to the debut of the Grand Theft Auto V trailer, and confirmed they realize that there are many questions that fans want answered about the game, which include news about the GTA 5 release date among other things.

Rockstar continued by saying that they are currently working hard on the game and are looking forward to “show and tell you more as development progresses”. They said that in a few months time the game will be talked about a lot more and “please hang tight until then and thank you all for your patience and support”.

It seems like that Rockstar is looking to get Max Payne 3 launched and out of the way before GTA V comes along and takes the spotlight away from the game. Recently there were hints that Grand Theft Auto V could be released during Take Two’s 2013 fiscal year.

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Written by Gary Johnson

Gary has a background in engineering and passion for motorcycles, gadgets, and home cinema. In his early years, his obsession for Hi-Fi technology would see him creating the perfect setup with a good ear for sound quality. While Gary is keen to write about most topics that PR covers, his love for phones finds him reporting a lot of news about applications for iPhone, Android, and other popular operating systems

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