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Post by Eorl @ 08:16am 16/09/14 | 6 Comments
On the heels of announcing that it planned to bring Grand Theft Auto V to Xbox One and PS4 this fall, and to the PC in early 2015 with additional content and other improvements, Rockstar Games has explained in a brief comment on its site, why all of these releases are taking so long.

In a comment on the original announcement, Rockstar explained that it is taking the extra time - particularly on the PC release - to ensure that it is "amazing."

"We're glad to see so many of you are excited for the upcoming release of the new versions of GTAV and we look forward to sharing more details with you soon," the company wrote in a comment. "We are also incredibly excited to be bringing GTAV to the PC, but the game requires a little more development time in order to ensure that it is as amazing and polished as possible. Please do stay tuned as we reveal new features and information about all the new versions in the weeks ahead."

For more details on the next-gen and PC release, check out the previous article which includes a brand-new trailer showing off all the various juiced up extras.

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Latest Comments
Posted 09:49am 16/9/14
I have no doubt that it will be superior to the console versions. I'm just happy to have a date to look forward to.
Posted 11:10am 16/9/14
Every time the PC version is delayed for a game, it is always because they are making it amazing/perfect/rock solid/the best/etc. Such barefaced PR makes me trust and like these companies less and less every time.

I'd rather they state straight up that it's to gain as much sales as possible before the game hits the torrents. Frankness and honesty will win me over more than "to ensure it is the best amazing!"
Posted 11:19am 16/9/14
Maybe they don't mean the game is going to be amazing, maybe its just the delay thats amazing.
Posted 02:49pm 16/9/14
My bank account is ready...

I wonder if they will have those plannable missions they said would be in there like a year ago.
Posted 04:08pm 16/9/14
Maybe they don't mean the game is going to be amazing, maybe its just the delay thats amazing.

Posted 09:09am 17/9/14
I never buy the PC "delay because we're making it awesome" story. They are just doing it for marketing reasons, milk the console market before shoving a poorly done PC version out there.
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