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'GTA 5' release date and updated feature discussed for PS4, Xbox One and PC

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

Cara Delevingne has commented on an updated feature and the release date window of "GTA 5" on PS4, Xbox One and PC. According to a report from Videogamer on Aug. 30, the disc jockey revealed that she recently returned to Rockstar Games. The purpose of her visit was to provide an update to the Non Stop Pop FM in-game radio station in the fifth main installment of the "Grand Theft Auto" series.

Similar to the previous games on the franchise, "GTA 5" has hundreds of music tracks spread across multiple stations. The songs are usually licensed and have became a big part of the titles as players often have to drive in their cars for long stretches. Cara Delevingne did not clarify if she is simply recording a new voice track or if there will be any new music tracks being added.

Although the updated Non Stop Pop FM in-game radio station could be launching aside the next-generation version, the PS3 and Xbox 360 iterations may also be patched with the same features. The Rockstar North development team has already been releasing new title updates for both single-player and "GTA Online" modes. So it should not be too much as a hassle.

The studio is currently working on multiplayer heists as well as the rumored casino and zombie packs. The same expansions should be coming to the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions of "GTA 5" as well as the PS3 and Xbox 360 iterations. However, the launch windows for the new DLC products have not yet been officially announced.

Finally, Cara Delevingne also re-confirmed the "GTA 5" release date for the PS4, Xbox One and PC ports. All three games are still slated to arrive sometime this fall. A recent report from VG247 stated that the releases could be pushed back into 2015 based on what they heard at Gamescom. According to the disc jockey, however, this may not be the case.

Aside from the potential updated radio stations, "GTA 5" should feature improved graphics. Players also have the ability to transfer their "GTA Online" character and progress to the new versions. You can find a screenshot featuring the PS3 game from the official Facebook of the Playstation brand near the top of this article.

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