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Rockstar teases big things for ‘GTA 5’ and ‘GTA Online’ in 2014

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The year of 2013 was a big year for the amazing people over at Rockstar Games, as the company set sales records with Grand Theft Auto 5 and launched the ambitious massive multiplayer game, GTA Online, for Xbox 360 and PS3. Despite all the success 2013 brought Rockstar, the company is looking to make 2014 even better. According to post on the official Rockstar website from Dec. 24, the company teases big things for 2014.

While detailing some special holiday-themed DLC and sales, Rockstar first thanks the GTA community for all its support in 2013 and then concludes their holiday tidings with a tease of what to expect in 2014. Find the full statement from Rockstar below:

We hope these gifts help you all enjoy a fantastic holiday season in San Andreas and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Thanks to the entire worldwide GTA community for your amazing support in 2013 and get ready for big things to come in 2014!

Currently, we know that Rockstar Games is working on single-player downloadable content for GTA 5, though a release date and setting are unknown. Likewise, GTA Online is constantly changing and growing, so one can expect more new and exciting things to find their way into GTA Online throughout 2014.

Recently, Amazon has made mention of a possible PC release of GTA 5 in March, 2014. Furthermore, the online retailer has discussed a potential PS4 and Xbox One Grand Theft Auto V announcement in early 2014, however, these claims are strictly rumors and have not been confirmed by Rockstar Games.


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