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'GTA 5' and 'WWE 2K15' publisher updates PS4 and Xbox One release dates

'GTA 5'
'GTA 5'
Photo courtesy of Rockstar Games, used with permission

Take-Two Interactive has updated the release schedule for multiple games. According to a report from Inc Gamers on Aug. 6, the publisher confirmed that the PS4, Xbox One and PC ports of "GTA 5" is still slated to arrive sometime later this fall season in the North America region. However, a more targeted release date was not provided.

The ports of the fifth main "Grand Theft Auto" game was listed right after several other games that are being published by Take-Two Interactive. The company is planning to release "BioShock" for the iOS later this summer. The tenth month of the year is also going to be a big one with the releases of "NBA 2K15" on Oct. 7, "Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel" on Oct. 14, "Sid Meier’s Civilization: Beyond Earth" on Oct. 24 and "WWE 2K15" on Oct. 28.

Finally, Take-Two Interactive is also planning two more titles for next year and beyond. The first of which is "Evolve," a new intellectual property from the developer of the "Left 4 Dead" series. The first-person shooter was originally slated to arrive on Oct. 21 before being delayed until Feb. 10 of next year. The other new release is "Battleborn," a first-person shooter multiplayer online battle arena game from the studio responsible for the "Borderlands" series that is being released sometime after March 31, 2015.

The aforementioned "GTA 5" ports for PS4, Xbox One and PC are slotted in between the releases of "WWE 2K15" and "Evolve." The placement suggests that the release date should occur sometime during the period of Oct. 28 to the end of 2014. The three new versions are going to offer improved visuals with enhance elements such as a higher resolution, better textures and even more animals. You can find a screen taken from the PS3 version near the top side of this page (via the Facebook site of Playstation).

Furthermore, the Rockstar North development team is rumored to be planning a zombie-based DLC for the single-player campaign of the open-world action-adventure game. The same studio also promised that the long-delayed "GTA Online" heists should be coming in the future as well. So, even with the delay of "Evolve," the new "GTA 5" releases should keep Take-Two Interactive fans busy.