The improved version of Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be out on November 18, according to the game’s developer, Rockstar. The PC version will follow on January 27, 2015.
The company says the new edition of the massively popular game will contain new weapons, vehicles, activities, wildlife, and other technical advancements. Rockstar is promising at least 100 new radio songs, too.
Rockstar is also bumping up the GTA Online player limit to 30 for PS4/Xbox One players, they say, though there’s still no word on when they’ll be adding the much-requested heist system. There’s also no word on if or when we’ll ever see some sort of single-player downloadable content for Rockstar’s ambitious open-world game.
GTA V launched last September for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The lengthy single-player game let gamers switch between controlling the lives of three men—the semi-retired bank robber Michael, the aspiring crook Franklin and the psycho Trevor—as they teamed up to rob banks in a fictionalized version of Los Angeles and nearby deserts, forests and beaches.