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RumorTT: Grand Theft Auto V is coming in October, according to a developer's CV

RumorTT: October: the month GTA V comes out, the same month you sink 10's of hours into its glorious

By Anthony Garreffa on Apr 9, 2012 at 09:21 pm CDT - 0 mins, 57 secs reading time

Big time rumor here, but according to a Rockstar North developer's CV, the upcoming sure-fire-hit Grand Theft Auto V will arrive in October. Since the news popped up on the Internet, the developer's CV has been removed and Rockstar are yet to comment.

RumorTT: Grand Theft Auto V is coming in October, according to a developer's CV | TweakTown.com

We all know its coming, we all know its on its way, but how long until it launches? Rockstar's other big AAA release is Max Payne 3 which is due in just over a month's time. Rockstar would have enough of a gap (nearly six months) in AAA releases, which is fine in my books.

Just give me the games already, give me Max Payne 3 and I'll play that for a month or so and then give me GTA V. Just make it run at over 20 fps unlike the original, and I'll be happy. I do have to admit, I put this as a rumor because I don't see it coming out this year. If anything, I'd be impressed if Rockstar pushed it back and unleashed next-gen GTA upon us with next-gen consoles, and showed us a ported version for current-gen consoles. Now that, would be very, very cool.

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