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GTA 5 PS4, Xbox One and PC release dates confirmed

Rockstar Games has confirmed the GTA 5 PS4, Xbox One and PC release dates.

For those of you looking to finally get GTA 5 on PC or on the new-gen PS4 and Xbox One consoles, you’ll be pleased to hear that Rockstar has finally revealed when you can get their hands on them.

GTA 5 for Xbox One and PS4 will be released on November 18, but the PC edition won’t arrive until much later in January 27 2015.

This news will no doubt be quite the disappointment to PC gamers, who are now going to wait over a year between the January release and the original September 2013 launch.

All three revamped, visually enhanced versions of GTA 5 will come with increased draw distances, higher resolution visuals and a host of additions on the original iteration.

These include new weapons, vehicles and activities, more wildlife creatures, denser traffic to weave in and out of and a brand new foliage system to make the flora look more realistic.

There will also be an enhanced damage system to take note of as well as weather effects.

Anyone who pre-orders the game will get $1 million bonus cash for the game, split across GTA Online and the main GTA 5 storyline.

Those who have already been enjoying GTA 5 on the PS3 or Xbox One can also look forward to some exclusive content, including rare versions of classic vehicles and a more manoeuvrable blimp.

To celebrate the release date news, Rockstar released a brand new trailer entitled “A Picket Fence and a Dog Named Skip.”

It showcases GTA 5’s location – Los Angeles – and all its idiosyncrasies.

Read more: GTA 5 Guide – Things to do in Los Santos


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