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article imageNext-Gen port of 'Grand Theft Auto V' speculated for 2015

By Stan Rezaee     Aug 19, 2014 in Entertainment
Gamers who were hoping to experience 'Grand Theft Auto V' on the Next-Gen consoles and PC may be disappointed to know that they will have to wait until 2015.
According to CVG editor James Jarvis, the lack of details released by Rockstar Games indicates that the game will be delayed until 2015.
This is based on the game's failure to appear at Gamecon 2014 and Rockstar having failed to build the needed hype during the summer. He said in a video interview, "If it’s gonna be this year, you want to build the hype up a good few months before the game comes out, and there isn’t much of the year left. If the previews don’t happen really soon, there’s a possibility we won’t be seeing GTA V on new-gen, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, until next year."
Several in the game media have taken note of Jarvis' theory and agree that unless details are unveiled than it appears that the game is going to be delayed. Erwin Murillo of Gamer Headlines speculates that Rockstar is trying to add extra content to the PC and Next-Gen version which may cause the game to be delayed until 2015.
The game was officially announced for the Next-Gen consoles and PC back in June after several months of speculation along with a series of rumors. Rockstar Games made the announcement during E3 2014 with the goal of a Fall 2014 release date.
Grand Theft Auto V was originally released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 17 and it has been highly praised by critics as one of the greatest games developed. It has become the fastest-selling media title after generating over $1 billion in three days, beating the previous 15-day record set by Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
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