The next-gen version of Grand Theft Auto 5 will better on the PlayStation 4 and is likely to have exclusive content that won’t be available on the PC or Xbox One.
This is according to PlayStation North America vice-president John Keller, speaking during an interview with Kotaku.
Keller was asked about exclusive content and a “better playing experience” for the Rockstar smash-hit on the PS4, and had this to say:
“I don’t think we announced anything publicly on that, but there will be. GTA 5 is a title that did extremely well on the PlayStation 3… because of the partnership we had with Rockstar. We would expect that to happen here, too. GTA is a PlayStation franchise. It started with us. We really feel strongly that it belongs as a key platform driver. GTA 5 is going to be a title we’ll talk about more in the weeks and months to come, but GTA 5, and the GTA franchise, is something that will be something very special on PlayStation 4.
We don’t want to rain on Keller’s parade, but according to the source of all knowledge in the world (Wikipedia) the original Grand Theft Auto was developed for MS-DOS, then ported to Microsoft Windows, PlayStation, and Game Boy. Hmmm, someone might be telling fibs.
Rockstar had not commented about exclusive content at the time of publication.