Anyone who bought Grand Theft Auto V for the Playstation 3 or Xbox 360 might be a little apprehensive about shelling out cash for the game again now that it’s available on both the Xbox One and Playstation 4. However, if there’s one thing that might convince you to buy the game twice, it’s the inclusion of a new first-person mode that will let you have even more fun causing mayhem in Los Santos than ever before. More →
Half a dozen of the biggest games of the year are launching this week, but they’ll have to compete with one of the best-selling games of 2013. Grand Theft Auto V for PS4 and Xbox One hit store shelves on Tuesday, which means that gamers the world over want to know which version is worth spending their money on.
Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry is here to help.
One of the things that makes the Grand Theft Auto games so fun to play is that they’re hilariously unrealistic — there’s simply no way that police would give up chasing you after you mowed down multiple civilians because you either managed to evade them for a few blocks or because you got your car painted a different color. However, it seems that one very stupid criminal didn’t get the memo that things that work in video games don’t work so well in real life, as earlier this year he led cops on a two-hour chase that saw him employ the same techniques that you use to evade police in GTA V. More →
There’s no way that Rockstar Games expects everyone who picked up Grand Theft Auto V on last-gen consoles to return for the remaster on PS4, Xbox One and PC, but the developer is throwing in so many bells and whistles that even the staunchest of skeptics are going to have a hard time avoiding a second visit a Los Santos. On Tuesday, IGN revealed that the current-gen version of GTA V will feature a first-person mode, a mode which has been rumored for weeks. More →
The rerelease of Grand Theft Auto V is one of the most anticipated video game launches of the new generation, but Rockstar is aware that many of the customers who already bought the game once are going to need a few incentives to consider double-dipping. The graphical overhaul and expanded multiplayer options might be enough for some, but Rockstar is sweetening the deal with exclusive content as well. More →
After months of silence, Rockstar has finally reemerged with releases dates for the remastered edition of Grand Theft Auto V. As revealed in a previous leak, GTA V for PS4 and Xbox One will be available on November 18th, 2014, but the PC release has slipped to January 27th, 2015. Rockstar has also outlined some of the visual and technical enhancements that the new versions of the game will feature. More →
Now that we know for sure that Grand Theft Auto V is still on track to be released for the PS4, Xbox One and PC this fall, all that’s left for Rockstar Games to announce is the release date. There have been a few hints about the exact date the game would be released in the past, but after several online retailers temporarily listed the same date this week, the puzzle pieces are beginning to fall into place. More →
One of the most anticipated next-gen titles of the holiday season is already out… but just not on the platforms we want it. Rockstar Games announced at E3 2014 that Grand Theft Auto V would be making the transition to the PS4, Xbox One and PC this fall, but three months later, we haven’t heard or seen any new signs of the highly anticipated port. Rumors began to spread that GTA V might be delayed, but Rockstar wants to ensure fans that the game is still on track. More →
A PC release for Grand Theft Auto V has been a long time coming, but all we’ve had since the announcement at E3 2014 is a vague “coming this fall” in place of an actual date. One blundering retailer might have finally let the official date slip though, as PC Gamer noted on Monday. According to a listing on a Danish retailer’s website, Grand Theft Auto V for PC is expected to release on November 14th in Europe. More →
If you were holding off on buying Grand Theft Auto V until it got a steep price cut, then now’s your time to act — literally, right now, or at least before the end of the day. Xbox Live programming director Larry Hryb informs us that Grand Theft Auto V will be 50% off until the end of the day on Friday as part of a one-day sale that includes several other great Xbox 360 games. In addition to GTA 5, you can also get 58% off Need for Speed Rivals, 70% off Crysis 3, 60% off Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, 83% off Ninja Gaiden 2 and 75% off Bastion. Rockstar’s smash-hit game is definitely the crown jewel in the sale, however, especially now that Lindsay Lohan has sued the game’s developers for creating a despicable character that she says is exactly like her.
Rumors of a next-gen version of Grand Theft Auto V have been swirling since before the game even released, but now that Rockstar Games has made the port official, what exactly are we hoping to see? Prima Games has put together a list of additions and upgrades we can expect in GTA V when it lands on the PS4, Xbox One and PC this fall. More →
Actress Lindsay Lohan on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Take-Two Interactive, makers of Grand Theft Auto V and other games in the wildly popular Grand Theft Auto franchise. Lohan claims a character named Lacey Jonas that plays a role in the latest installment in the GTA series uses her image without her permission. More →
Have you ever wanted to see the seedy world of Grand Theft Auto V through your own eyes? Well a new mod that’s being shown off by YouTube user XBLToothPik does the next-best thing for you by letting you play the game as a first-person shooter. Where the game really gets cool, however, is when you break into a car or a plane and see the entire thing in first person. XBLToothPik apparently created the mod using a modified Xbox 360, which means that the average gamer won’t be able to use it. However, when GTA V comes out for PC this fall, we expect that PC gamers will be able to use this mod or something like it. Be sure to check out both videos below. More →