Rockstar has confirmed that Grand Theft Auto V will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 18th, but the PC version of GTA V has been pushed back to a January 27th, 2015 release date worldwide.
The remastered version of Grand Theft Auto 5 will contain brand new weapons, vehicles, activities, wildlife, and more than 100 new tracks for its often-hilarious radio stations, as well as host of graphical and technical improvements.
Rockstar claims that the next-generation version of Grand Theft Auto V will be more immersive than ever thanks to massively improved draw distances and a higher resolution, while a new foliage system, denser traffic, and enhanced weather effects should make Blaine County feel more alive.
If you've already got GTA V on one of the previous generation consoles then a host of exclusive content will be available to you, including a Blimp, the Dodo Seaplane, wildlife photography, new weapons, shooting range, challenges, activities and more.
It's not just GTA V that's getting improvements though, with Grand Theft Auto Online set to see its player count almost doubled from 16 to 30 players, all with simultaneous access to the entire county. All existing downloadable content and updates for GTA Online will included in the remastered version, while gamers who pre-order GTA V will be given $1 million in-game cash to spend across GTA V and GTA Online.
Grand Theft Auto V arrives on PS4 and Xbox One on November 18th worldwide, while the PC version will arrive later on January 27th, 2015. Disappointed that the PC version of GTA V has been pushed back yet again? What do you think is the reason for the delay?