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GTA 5 PS4, Xbox One and PC release date tipped for November 7

The GTA 5 release date for Xbox One, PS4 and PC has been tipped by a retailer for November 7.

UK retailer GameSeek has listed a November 7 release date for the next-gen and PC version of GTA 5, opening up pre-orders for the game ahead of its launch later this year.

You’re looking at a £44.75 spend for the Xbox One and PS4 editions of GTA 5, while the PC version will set you back £36.75 from GamesSeek.

Currently, RockStar hasn’t confirmed a launch date for the next-gen/PC version aside from the rather loose autumn launch window.

“Grand Theft Auto 5 will take full advantage of the power of the PlayStation 4, Xbox On e and PC with across-the-board graphical and technical improvements to deliver a stunning new level of detail”, said RockStar Games when announcing the remastered version. “Increased draw distances, finer texture details, denser traffic and enhanced resolutions all worked together to bring new life to the cities, towns, deserts and oceans or Rockstar North’s epic re-imagining of Southern California.”

Of course, the upgrade also extends to GTA Online too and the revamped version offers all the previously released content for the multiplayer portion of GTA 5.

Anyone who has already been sinking the hours into GTA Online on Xbox 360 and PS3 will be pleased to hear that you can transfer your characters and progress to any of the new three platforms, whether its PS4, Xbox One or PC.

We’ll update you as when RockStar confirms the official release dates for GTA 5 on these new platforms.

Until then, you’ll have to enjoy this next-gen visuals trailer for GTA 5.

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