Take-Two confirms “spring 2013” release window for Grand Theft Auto V

Take-Two confirms “spring 2013” release window for Grand Theft Auto V

Publisher Take-Two has announced that Grand Theft Auto V has an expected worldwide release window of “spring 2013” for the Xbox 360 and PS3 editions of the game. There is no mention of a PC release anywhere in the company’s statement.

Spring 2013 would place the release somewhere between 20 March and 20 June, according to most calendars.

Aside from that broad date and the information that pre-orders will be taken from 5 November, there’s very little additional substance in the press release. You can read some fluff about it being the “largest and most ambitious title in the series to date” and how Rockstar can’t wait to share it with the fans, but that’s to be expected in a publisher-penned piece like this.

There’ll undoubtedly be a few more details trickling out in early November. For now, there’s still this old trailer to watch.

Related to this article
  • Take-Two president doesn’t view loot boxes as gambling
  • Related to this article
  • Open IV’s Liberty City GTA V mod has been cancelled
  • Related to this article
  • Take-Two shuts down GTA Online Force Hax cheating tool

    • Zalis

      I don’t really care when GTA V releases. I just want Rockstar to optimize it for PCs. GTA IV was a great game, but it was pretty bad in that sense. Slapping the extra requirement of the Rockstar Social Club on top of GFWL was also a jerk move.

      And maybe give us Red Dead while they’re at it? (pretty please?) One can dream.