Posts Tagged ‘GTA 5’

Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5 is almost ready for its re-release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and as usual, the developer-publisher has been busily teasing the improvements with a swathe of blog posts and preview clips. We already knew that the title would offer a in-vehicle first-person mode, bringing the gaming experience somewhat in line with Call of Duty, Titanfall and the many other famed FPS games, but the reality of this feature is even better, with first-person mode set to be a part of the on-foot experience as well as inside the numerous modes of transport.

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Rockstar Games took the gaming world by storm last year with the release of Grand Theft Auto 5, and having posted record sales through the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, has spent the majority of the past twelve months prepping a version for the next-gen consoles. The PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC edition of GTA 5 will be much more than just a mere up-scaling of the visual aspect, Rockstar has promised, and what we’ve seen so far in screen caps has been nothing short of impressive. With the release period now closing in on the console editions – the PC release won’t arrive until early next year – more details have begun to emerge of some of the treats that returning next-gen GTA 5 users can expect to enjoy.

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It has long since been known that a new, up-scaled and improved version of Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto 5 would be rolled out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in due course, and earlier this month, we got official confirmation of the release dates. The console edition will be headed our way on November 18th, with the Windows edition set to d├ębut on January 27th, but while PC users might still have a bit of a wait on their hands, we’re now getting more information on just how much better this new version will be.

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Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto 5 well and truly blew every previous video game release out of the water with its record-smashing release in late 2013. Having been pushed back from spring until September, the publisher teased some slick visuals at every opportunity throughout last year, and when it dropped, hordes of gamers went out to pick it up. Shortly after, though, both the PS4 and Xbox One hit the scene, with Rockstar promising that an updated and enhanced version would arrive for the two major consoles as well as PC, and now, we have firm dates for each. Details, as ever, can be seen below.

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Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto 5 was by far and away the biggest gaming release last year, grossing well over one billion dollars in the first three days alone. Having arrived in September, though, it hit the market just before the arrival of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and as such, even the sumptuous visuals that Rockstar spent years slaving over could do with upscaling. Thankfully, we know that a high-def, vastly improved edition will be hitting the two new consoles later on this year, along with a PC edition, and as per Amazon.de, we may now have the official date.

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During the course of the past few years, the gaming industry’s sales charts have been dominated by Activision’s Call of Duty franchise, but last year, things changed. Not only did Grand Theft Auto 5 blow CoD: Ghosts out of the water, but its monumental success saw it break several Guinness World Records, and even though Rockstar Games’ most celebrated release is now effectively done and dusted, there’s still the small matter of the next-gen release. In retailing the original GTA 5 just two months before the arrival of the PS4 and Xbox One, Rockstar knew that it could further monetize with an up-scaled version for the newer consoles as well as the PC, and while the official announcements of these upcoming editions have just been made, we may now also have a firm date.

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Everyone likes it when popular, and indeed awesome games get cheaper than their usual prices that they sell for, and it’s safe to say that Grand Theft Auto is one of the most anticipated and best selling franchises there are. So, when Major Nelson says that Grand Theft Auto 5 is on sale, with a massive 50% off its normal price, then we tend to take notice. More details can be found right after the fold.

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After the monumental success of Grand Theft Auto 5, you could forgive Rockstar Games for taking its foot off the gas somewhat and merely enjoying the moment, but then again, we know just by playing the immensely enjoyable title that Rockstar is a company that simply doesn’t, by nature, rest on its laurels. Having remained fairly coy with regards to an upgraded, tweaked, and generally better version of GTA 5 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC, the company has now put the doubts to rest by making it official, and as you might expect, the gaming world has dived straight in to try and gather as many details as possible.

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The star of controversy just cannot have it enough, period. According to a latest report, Lindsay Lohan, the celebrity whose controversial personal and professional life rivals that of Kim Kardashian, has filed a lawsuit against Rockstar Games for allegedly basing a character in the infamous Grand Theft Auto 5 on the actress herself.

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Grand Theft Auto 5 has been a monumental success for Rockstar Games, having broken all sorts of sales records following its release late last year. With a next-gen version for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as well as the PC also in the pipeline, GTA fans remain very much engaged with this immensely popular title, and none perhaps more so than the guys at Zapruder Pictures. In Spain’s capital city of Madrid, the folks of Zapruder have parodied the entire trailer in real life, and the result, as you’ll see below, is truly something to admire.

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Grand Theft Auto 5 wasn’t just the biggest release in the gaming calendar last year, but an entertainment launch of unprecedented proportions, smashing numerous records including many of those consistently claimed by Activision’s Call of Duty franchise. But despite incredible successes in 2013, the story of GTA 5 has not yet reached its conclusion, with an upscaled launch headed to the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 in due course. To give us an idea of just how much better it will look on the next-gen machines compared to those preceding, a new side-by-side clip has been released of the title on PS3 vs. PS4, and as you might imagine, the difference is stark.

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If you’re a big fan of the Grand Theft Auto series of games then you’re going to want to prick your ears up, because even thought the fifth installment in the franchise has been around for nine months, the game is still set for a big release on the next generation platforms alongside the PC. And it will be up for pre-order starting today.

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