Sony made sure to leave some of their best games, during their Electronic Entertainment Expo press conference, for last. As Sony concluded their PlayStation press conference with titles like Uncharted 4 and The Last of Us: Remastered, they also announced that Grand Theft Auto V would be getting a next generation reboot. Today, we may have even more details surrounding the heralded Rockstar title.
Thanks to Amazon, we may now have a release date for gamers to get their first taste exploring everything Grand Theft Auto V has to offer on a next generation system. Although nothing has been confirmed from Sony or Rockstar, Amazon uploaded the below information to their site today, suggesting a release date of October 28, 2014.
Rockstar has been pretty similar in their release dates, with a multitude of their titles falling in the fall window, and with the 28th of October being a Tuesday, this seems like it could be good.
Whether you are looking to play the game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC, be ready to drop another $59.99 for the game. While Grand Theft Auto V may be little more than a reboot of the game many have come to love on current generation systems, the hope would be that extended content would also be included.
Apparently, and it would make sense as it was a featured game during Sony’s press conference, Grand Theft Auto V will be receiving some exclusive content on the PlayStation 4.
Although I have already played the game on Xbox 360, an enhanced version is intriguing. At the same initial price point, I’m not sure how the next-gen version will do, but hopefully Rockstar will include enough of an incentive to draw gamers back in for another round of Grand Theft Auto V.