Grand Theft Auto V just recently re-launched for the Xbox Series X/S and PS5 with new enhancements, including slightly improved graphics, ray-tracing and new content for GTA Online. Now, it seems that the new and improved version of the game may also be heading to PC.
Recently, Grand Theft Auto V was rated by the ESRB once again, listing Windows PC, PS5 and Xbox Series consoles as the game's platforms. Rockstar typically releases its major games on consoles first, with a PC release coming later down the line and this suggests that will be happening again with GTA V's Expanded & Enhanced edition.
Currently on Xbox Series X/S and PS5, the new version of GTA V costs £18 and £8 respectively but in a few months time, both versions will go to their full price tag of £34.99. This new version of GTA V also brought along the debut of GTA Online+, a subscription service for monthly perks within the online mode. Currently, this subscription is only available on the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, but if the re-release heads to PC, then we should see the subscription offered to PC players too.
Rockstar has not yet announced GTA V E&E for PC, but the ESRB's recent rating indicates that an announcement should be coming soon.
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KitGuru Says: If GTA V E&E is coming to PC after all, then I really hope that Rockstar adds some additional ray-tracing features that newer Nvidia and AMD GPUs can take advantage of. Do you think the recent console re-release will also come to PC?