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‘GTA 5’ publisher responds to PC, PS4 and Xbox One inquiries

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Karl Slatoff responded to some inquires regarding the potential PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions of “Grand Theft Auto 5.” According to a report from on Feb. 5, the president of Take-Two Interactive was first asked about a port of “GTA 5” to personal computers. The executive replied by saying that his company currently has nothing to announce. You can find the comment below:

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At this point there’s really nothing for us to say about that.

Karl Slatoff went on to state that Take-Two Interactive have not yet provide any details regarding ports to any other platforms, possibly referring to the PS4 and Xbox One. You can find some screenshots from “Grand Theft Auto 5” on the PS3 and Xbox 360 with the gallery to the left of this article as well as the reponse from the executive below:

We haven’t announced anything as it relates to any other platforms versus what’s out there.

“GTA 5” was referred to multiple times in a computer video card update, suggesting that Take-Two Interactive may be getting ready to release the video game for the PC in the near future. Several retailers also listed “Grand Theft Auto 5” for the PS4 and Xbox One. However, Karl Slatoff and the rest of the representatives from his company have remained quiet on the subject.

Despite the demand for ports, “GTA 5” ended up selling 32.5 million copies so far on just the PS3 and Xbox 360. The video game is already among the best-selling titles in history.


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