Grand Theft Auto V Coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC Dylan Duarte June 10, 2014 Grand Theft Auto V was released from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 just a few short months before the next-gen consoles hit, leaving a weird Rockstar-shaped hole in Sony’s and Microsoft’s new systems. It didn’t hit PC at all, which isn’t surprising given Rockstar’s spotty track record with PC releases. Fans of the game can rejoice, however, as at E3 2014, Rockstar announced that the Los Santos adventures of Michael, Franklin, and Trevor will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and yes, PC in the fall of this year. The game will feature denser traffic, further line of sight, and of course upgraded graphics. Like the PC port of Grand Theft Auto IV, the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V will include a video editor that will allow players to make their own gameplay videos. If you’ve already poured a lot of time into your GTA Online character, don’t worry, as those accounts will be transferrable to these new versions. Nothing is said about campaign saves and I think it’s safe to assume that those will not carry over. I’m incredibly happy to hear this. I’ve been considering getting a PlayStation 4, and I’d certainly like to trade in my PlayStation 3 in the process, but I’ve been hesitant solely because of Grand Theft Auto V. Now I can do so knowing that I can just pick it up again later this year. Share This With The World!