GTA 5 coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One on November

GTA 5 logoA brand new retailer has offered a fresh release date for Grand Theft Auto 5 on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms, stating that it's going to debut on November 7.

Grand Theft Auto 5 delighted tens of millions of PS3 and Xbox 360 owners worldwide when it appeared on the two consoles last September.

Since then, Rockstar has not only supported the game on the two devices, but it's also been working hard on bringing Grand Theft Auto 5 onto the PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms.

The major announcement was made last month at E3 2014, but unfortunately, Rockstar only offered a fall release period for GTA 5 onto the new devices.

A few weeks ago a retailer brought forth a November 14 launch date for the game but now another, GameSeek, claims that GTA 5 is going to debut on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 7.

It's unclear if the information is legit or not, seeing as how Rockstar still hasn't said a word about when its new project is going to launch.

Already quite a few games scheduled to debut in the fall, such as Dragon Age: Inquisition or Battlefield Hardline, have been delayed until later in the season or until next year.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: computer games, GTA

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