"glimpse" of a new Grand Theft Auto title at the E3 show which runs from June 15-17, 2010.
|Speaking to Game Informer, Divnich made a big prediction as to what we may see at the industry trade show in June. "I think we’re going to hear about another Grand Theft Auto. I think there won’t be any playable stuff. I think they’ll give you some type of teaser, because we do think that a year from then in 2011 we’re going to see another Grand Theft Auto."|
|We asked Divnich about whether Sony or Microsoft would try and nab some sort of exclusive rights to the newest GTA, but he thought that those days were over. "I don't foresee Microsoft or Sony attempting to obtain any type of exclusivity with the next Grand Theft Auto. Microsoft paid a lot of money for exclusivity on the downloadable content for GTA IV, which unfortunately did little to move consoles for Microsoft.|
Well it does need to be pointed out that even if there is no "exclusivity" with regard to addon content, we all can only assume that the lips of Rockstar will probably still be firmly superglued to the cocks of both Sony and Microsoft come that time next year, and that will ultimately result in PC being forgotten about at the time of the announcement and initial release.
The question is: Is that glue, which was originally applied by Sony back around the year 2000 and then reapplied to allow Microsoft to slip in on the action in 2006...IS that glue starting to wear off? Will we finally see another announcement of intention to release a new Grand Theft Auto title simultaneously on both PC and console?