GTA fans might have something to look forward to in November if a recent rumor turns out to be true. According to UK retailer Gameseek, the next installment in the Grand Theft Auto series will be hitting the streets on November 7th 2014. This is not that far off and ties in with a few other items that have been floating around about the game.
The great success of Grand Theft Auto V and its multiplayer component is forced Rockstar to address the question about extensions because of which the company is still not thinking about the next chapter of the series, as explained by Strauss Zelnick from Take-Two.
Every so often demand for a product out paces people’s common sense. In the past we have watched as people have happily downloaded malware thinking they are getting something early or for free. It is not an unknown or uncommon happening. This time the product in question is GTA V for PC and the consequences for,… let’s call it eagerness, is not good at all.
There is nothing like working hard in a game only to find all of your progress lost after you exit and reenter the game. This is where many players of the GTA Online game are finding themselves after the launch of the online extension of the popular game. The situation seems fairly straight forward; a player exists the game and when they return they either find missing progress or their character is simply missing. What is missing (other than the player) is the why in this issue. RockStar games has been working on a fix since the launch of the game with almost daily patches and updates.
More than 570,000 PC players signed the online petition by which they ask Rockstar to speed up realease the PC version of the Grand Theft Auto V, which is already available on current generation of consoles since last month.
Next month we can expect the release of the Grand Theft Auto Online, and some individuals were able to came up with some interesting findings while looking into Grand Theft Auto V folders. In fact, it seems that the network component of the aforementioned title will support the purchase of virtual money in four categories, from 100,000 to 1.25 million dollars, virtual ones of course.
Grand Theft Auto 5 has recently set a new sales record in the world of interactive entertainment, becoming the first title to make a billion dollars after just three days of sales. Take-Two Interactive reveals that they are extremely proud of the overall success of Grand Theft Auto 5, which is truly on its way to be ranked among the best games ever released.
Grand Theft Auto V on Xbox 360 comes in two discs, one designed for installation and one that should be in the console during game play. Although the console itself supports both installation disk to access the data faster, Rockstar advises players not to install content from the "play" disc.
It is already known that the Grand Theft Auto V will be a huge game, but probably no one had idea how big it would actually be. To be more precise, pictures of the official Grand Theft Auto V map leaked to the internet, which have given us an insight into the size of the area where the game will take place, and grandiosity displayed will not leave anyone indifferent - Grand Theft Auto V will indeed be a huge game.
According to VG247, Grand Theft Auto 5 has recently been listed as the most expensive game ever. It is estimated that on the development and marketing was spent 170 million pounds, and the whole thing can be compared with the budgets of the famous Hollywood film works such as Pirates of the Caribbean or Avatar.