E3 2014: Grand Theft Auto V coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC this year

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With a “host of enhancements”, Grand Theft Auto V is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in the US Fall season. With a hot new trailer shown at Sony’s E3 keynote, the game is looking better than ever, despite already looking pretty fly for a last-gen system.

Players can transfer their GTA Online progress from PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles, and despite confusion that will not include single-player progress sadly. The transfer system will be cross-platform, meaning if you own an Xbox 360 you’ll be able to transfer your Online data to any new system, presumably through the Rockstar Social Club. The game will still be a full-priced re-release, meaning you’ll still have to drop quite a bit of cash just for the polish, but hopefully it’ll be worth it.

I’m personally just excited to play this on my Vita through Remote Play.

Trailer after the break with a sample of the games awesome soundtrack, a sweet remix of Dan Croll’s song From Nowhere.

[Correction: 2:37PM – This article previously stated that you could transfer single-player progress to the new port. At this time that doesn’t appear to be the case. Instead only GTA Online progress can be transferred.]