Rockstar Games has confirmed that future updates and content releases for GTA V will take place across all platforms, including the PC, at the same time.
Speaking to GameSpot, the developer explained that it intends to “deliver updates to PC and consoles simultaneously,” and that “PC will not be on a separate timetable to other platforms.”
A bit of clarification though; sometimes it’s difficult to release the same update across multiple platforms simultaneously, but as we’ve come to see, the delay in between is mostly a day or two.
There is still a lot of content planned for GTA V. Previously we’ve seen Rockstar vow to bring “substantial additions” to the game’s story. However, with the technical limitations on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it’s likely that such content will only be released on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
GTA V is on schedule for a release on PC on April 14. It was initially pegged for release in January but was delayed two more times this year.
GTA V was originally released in September 2013 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game then launched for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One last year in November. It sold more than 10 million units on both consoles combined by the end of the year. From the last stated figure, GTA V has so far sold a massive 45 million copies worldwide across all platforms.