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‘GTA 5’ PS4, Xbox One and PC pre-orders listed with release date, price and more

'GTA 5' for PS3 and Xbox 360
'GTA 5' for PS3 and Xbox 360
Photo courtesy of Rockstar Games, used with permission

Another retailer has indicated that “Grand Theft Auto 5” on the PS4, Xbox One and PC should be launching in the near future. According to a report from Cinema Blend on April 11, Altex is now taking reservations for “GTA 5” on the two next-generation systems. A release date and price tag were also posted by the online Romanian shopping website.

Altex is expecting that “GTA 5” for PS4 and Xbox One is going to be shipping on June 15. However, the date falls on a Sunday, most likely indicating that the release day is a placeholder. Furthermore, the video game costs 299.90 “lei mark” in Romania, which coverts to approximately $95 in U.S. dollars. The North American price for “GTA 5” on next-generation platforms would most likely end up being $59.99, the standard price for a majority of high-definition video games.

The June release for “GTA 5” on the PS4 and Xbox One was also indicated by another retailer. According to Uber Gizmo, the manager at Saturn recently revealed that the next-generation console versions, along with the PC port, should come out in the same summer month. However, the employee at the German store did mention that his information should be treated as a rumor at this time.

Even with the rumored release date for “GTA 5” on PC, PS4 and Xbox One approaching, the publishing arm at Rockstar Games does not seem to be in a hurry in announcing the ports. The company has been making a few big statements with the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the video game, however. New updates are being planned for later this year for the “GTA 5” single-player and “GTA Online” multiplayer. The new heist missions, for example, are slated to arrive before the end of spring.

The same DLC packs should be made available in “GTA 5” for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The upcoming ports could feature improved visuals with a higher frame rate along with a bigger native resolution due to the extra hardware power. PC players may also be able to modify the open-world action-adventure title. You can find a screen from the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions with the photo from the official Rockstar Games Twitter page in the image on top of this article.