‘Grand Theft Auto V’ REALLY Wants us to Buy the Next-Gen Version Too

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chris-littlechild - November 1, 2014

That's next-gen in the 'current-gen' sense, naturally. Because current-gen (that being the Xbox 360 and PS3) is now last-gen, making next-gen (PS4 and Xbox One) now merely current-gen. The gaming world speeds onwards, unrelenting; a badass renegade heading straight into the mouth of hell on grandma's mobility scooter. If you can't keep up, you'll be left behind.

Anywho, as you've probably noticed, Grand Theft Auto V is on its way to current/next gen consoles. It's a little late to the party, as the game's already been out in the wild for over a year at this point. Which leaves Rockstar the usual dilemma: every bastard who cares has bought it already. Did you see how it sold? That was madness, right there.

Well, no. That's BS. Certain canny players did wait for the inevitable upgraded edition, and here it is coming at their faces. But so many of us have already finished Michael, Franklin and Trevor's stories, and we'll need a little pursuading to drop our cashtacular a second time.

Well, consider our asses persuaded. Earlier this week, Destructoid brought us a report on the new content coming to the game, exclusively for returning players. It sounds pretty damn extensive:
‘The scope of the exclusive content spans almost all facets of GTA V -- from vehicles to weapons to missions. Some of the highlights are the Dodo seaplane, the Rail Gun, and murder mysteries to solve as Michael. As if that weren't enough, completing objectives unlocks even more special content.'

It all sounds quite promising. Hit the link for more.

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