Last night at Sony's E3 press conference the company announced that Grand Theft Auto V would be coming to the PS4 in the fall. What the company did not mention (and why on earth would they?) is that Rockstar's latest title in the hit series would also be coming to the Xbox One and – yes, finally – the PC.
"Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC will take full advantage of the power of new generation systems to deliver the ultimate open-world experience," said the studio in an announcement last night.
Sony's Andrew House confirmed last night at the E3 presser that players of the last-gen versions of GTA Online on PS3 and Xbox 360 would be able to transfer their full online progress to the PS4 version.
People behind the petition to bring the game to the PC that has over half a million signatures can now focus on some other issue – like getting Sony to release Bloodborn on PC after the game is launched on PS4. Yes, we are thinking well in advance on From Software's freshly revealed action RPG…