Rockstar Games recently released “Grand Theft Auto V” after a five year delay from the previous installment in the franchise. The game was originally supposed to be released in the early portions of 2013, but the game was pushed back to September. This delay had many fans thinking that Rockstar delayed “GTA V” in order to have the game ready for the launch of the PlayStation 4, but that now appears to be wishful thinking.
The founder of Rockstar Games, Dan Houser, recently stated that they have no intention of making “GTA V” for the PlayStation 4. This will allow the game company to focus on a new project for the next generation of consoles.
While it would have been nice to see “Grand Theft Auto V” running on the powerful PlayStation 4 system, it is not really needed. “GTA V” already pushes the current generation consoles to their limits to receive some of the best reviews in the history of video games, so there is probably no way to improve the game.
With $800 million in sales on its first day of release, there are also probably not too many video gamers that have not played “GTA V” by the time the PlayStation launches in November.