Grand Theft Auto V coming to consoles on November; PC version delayed until 2015
Great news for players using PS4 and the XBox One: you will be able to play your loved Grand Theft Auto V on your gaming consoles as it hits shelves November 18th, Rockstar Games announced yesterday.
Alongside the release to next-gen gaming consoles, users will be able to see graphic improvements, new weapons, activities, and vehicles, denser traffic, a new foliage system, enhanced damage and weather effects, and, interestingly, additional wildlife including furry animals.
Online mode gets an upgrade too, as the next-gen consoles will be able to hold a maximum of 30 people each server. There was no mention of any online availability for the PC version.
Players who have previously played the game on the precedent PS3 and Xbox 360 platforms will be able to transfer their characters to the new hardware, and get exclusive content as reward for their loyalty.
Rockstar also joins other video game giants of the world by providing additional in-game money amounting to one million dollars when you pre-order the game; Half of the money can be used online, the other half offline
PC players may have to wait until January 27th next year to be able to experience the game.