GTA 6 Is A Next-Gen Only Title, Will Skip PC At Launch

GTA 6 Is A Next-Gen Only Title, Will Skip PC At Launch

Date: December 05, 2023

By Hanna Rose

It’s been confirmed that GTA 6 will only release on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S, skipping PC at launch.

Following an unfortunate leak, Rockstar revealed Grand Theft Auto 6 earlier than planned, unveiling the trailer and announcing a 2025 release date. Despite the excitement generated by the trailer, many lingering questions remain, particularly concerning the platforms on which GTA 6 will be available upon launch. Notably, PlayStation 4 owners might be disappointed.

Sam Houser, the founder of Rockstar Games, conveyed his excitement for the Grand Theft Auto VI project, affirming, “Our commitment to pushing the boundaries of immersive, narrative-driven open-world experiences persists with Grand Theft Auto VI. We are delighted to share this innovative vision with players worldwide.”

What raises eyebrows is the absence of any mention regarding a PC release for GTA 6. This omission suggests that the game may not be available on the platform at launch, aligning with Rockstar’s history of delaying PC releases for titles like GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2. Even the first Red Dead Redemption lacks an official PC version, despite recent remaster/port demands.

Despite the uncertainty, it’s improbable that GTA 6 will never make its way to PC, given the immense potential for revenue for both Rockstar and Take-Two. Speculation points to a PC release in 2026, likely after the initial console launch. Although inconvenient for PC gamers, the anticipation for a PC release may mirror the patience exhibited by fans eagerly awaiting the trailer’s unveiling.

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While some fans may be less patient, evidenced by the premature trailer leak on Twitter, others are willing to wait for both the official trailer and the eventual PC release. The trailer confirms the inclusion of two protagonists and the game’s setting in Vice City. If you haven’t seen it yet or need another viewing, you can check out the trailer on YouTube.

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