GTA 5 Premium Edition Now Expected to Arrive in April

Very recently Kotaku UK has reported that the release window of the upcoming GTA 5 Premium Edition has been pushed to April. There had been various leaks and rumors that suggested this new version of GTA 5 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Based on those leaks and rumors, the release date of GTA 5 Premium Edition for these two platforms was set for March 23rd, 2018. One of those leaks was from, Amazon Germany page, following that similar leak came from South Korean Rating’s Board.

The existence of GTA 5 Premium Edition was pretty much sure, however, the release date of the game was a bit shady.

Well, the rumor about a release date of 23rd of March has been hit once more, as based on Kotaku’s word, they have the concrete details that point towards the release date of the premium edition of the game to be pushed to April.

The GTA 5 Premium Edition features the base game as well as all the DLCs that have been released in the past four years. It will also include criminal enterprise starter pack, a paid DLC which came out in december. On top of that it will also consist of the following:

  • Properties: Maze bank west executive office, Paleto forest gunrunning bunker, senora desert counterfeit cash factory, great chaparral biker clubhouse, 1561 san vitas street apartment, 1337 exceptionalists way 10 car garage.
  • Vehicles: Dune FAV, Maibatsu Frogger, Enus Windsor, Obey Omnis, Coquette Classic, Turismo R, Pegassi Vortex, Huntley S, Western Zombie Chopper, Banshee.
  • Weapons, Clothing & Tattoos: Compact Grenade Launcher, Marksman Rifle, Compact Rifle, Stunt Race & Import / Export Outfits, Biker Tattoos.

Overall this pack adds a value of over $10,000,000 GTA dollars. Be that as it may, there are a lot of fans who wish for GTA 5 to roll out for Nintendo Switch. Well at this moment it seems like the chances for it to happen are very slim.

The game was originally set for March 23 release. Although now the Premium Edition will be coming somewhere in April, that is if they do not push it any further.

Source: Kotaku