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Will ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ be a next-generation game?

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Since its release on September 17, 2013, Grand Theft Auto V has been one of the most popular games ever. In fact, it broke Guiness World Records for how quickly and profitable it was in the first three days. Rockstar moved 11.21 million units in the first 24 hours which equaled over 815 million dollars in revenue. With such a high volume of profit on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, fans of the game are wondering, “when will it be on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC?”

With so many people petitioning for the game to be ported to the PC and screenshots of the PC version showing up on multiple websites, it would be shocking if that group of gamers never saw Grand Theft Auto V on their systems; however, the same can’t be said about next-gen console gamers. There hasn’t even been a whiff of GTA V in the air around Sony and Microsoft – at least not yet. With PlayStation Now right around the corner, GTA V should be available to stream although the graphics would still be subpar to the new standards, but at least players could get their hands on it for a much cheaper price. As disappointing as it appears, at this point in time there is no hope for a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One version of Grand Theft Auto V, but PC gamers most likely will get to own it.

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