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GTA VI release date has been reportedly set for 2023 – 10 years after GTA V was released. Here is everything you need to know.

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You can now get up to $1,000,000 in GTA Online currency absolutely free for this week only. Here are the details on it.

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It now appears that GTA 6 (Grand Theft Auto) is in later stages of development with release date being tipped for 2019-2020.

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A Rockstar insider has reportedly spilled the beans not only on the fact that GTA 6 is now being worked on, but that there was very nearly a GTA game set outside the United States for the first time. Rockstar was considering the possibility of Grand Theft Auto: Tokyo.

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Rockstar today made available for download the iOS version of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories for iPhone and iPad, with Android and Windows Phone versions to follow at a later date.

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Console quality games on mobile devices has long been the holy grail for game developers, but making those games as good as is humanly possible on smartphones and tablets takes that challenge one step further. Rockstar Games is already pretty damned good at turning its AAA titles into mobile wonders, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is no exception.

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Grand Theft Auto is undoubtedly one of the biggest gaming franchises around, as proven by the buzz that any new release garners. Grand Theft Auto 5 Online is the latest addition to the franchise and the game is now all set for the yearly lovefest that is Valentine’s Day.

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Grand Theft Auto 5 may have released all the way back in September now, but following an extremely successful launch, the holiday gifts just keep on coming from Rockstar Games, publisher of the all-conquering series. Having just pushed a massive update to GTA Online for those on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Rockstar has come through with another treat for mobile gamers in the form of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for Android. The title, which is widely regarded as one of the best of the entire series, made its way to iOS just last week, and has finally landed at the Google Play Store. More details can be found after the break!

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GTA Online, after the initial blip at launch, seems to have gone down well with purchasers of Grand Theft Auto 5 on both sides of the PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360 divide. Last week, we brought you the news that GTA 5 Online was going to be getting quite a significant update, and today, Rockstar Games has commenced the process of rolling it out. The highlight here is the new Capture mode, which, as Rockstar describes, is “a GTA twist on classic capture the flag style confrontations,” and if you’ve been looking forward to playing some CTF on GTA, now you can!

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Having seen both Grand Theft Auto 3 and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City both ported to mobile devices in recent years, the news that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be headed to Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices next month shouldn’t come as a great surprise. However, while we suspected Rockstar Games would oblige, the announcement of San Andreas’s imminent release is no less exciting, and with both the previous two GTA ports for mobile proving very successful, one suspects this one will prove just as popular.

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It’s safe to say that the Grand Theft Auto franchise is one of the most loved in the gaming industry. The game that kicked it all off, simply titled Grand Theft Auto, was originally released with just two dimensions back in 1997. Now, sixteen years later, it seems one of the game’s developers has had a bad case of the nostalgias. In fact, Michael Dailly is feeling so nostalgic about the game that started it all that he’s set about giving it a facelift by making the original Grand Theft Auto in 3D, just like its brethren.

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We may yet to have heard anything official from Rockstar Games, the creator of the record-smashing Grand Theft Auto 5, but Intel has chimed into GTA 5 for PC release by suggesting that a version for Windows computers will indeed be happening at some point in the near future. We already heard NVIDIA’s director of investor relations slip that the popular title would be hitting the market at some point later on this fall, and although it’s hard to take anything as gospel until we hear it from the horse’s mouth, it’s certainly encouraging for the many millions waiting for that PC release.

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