After many months of speculation, developer Rockstar and publisher Take-Two have finally announced that both of the downloadable episodes for Grand Theft Auto IV will be making their way to PC and Playstation 3 in March 2010.
On March 30th, PC and Ps3 versions of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City will be available at retailers for $39.99. This version includes both of the downloadable episodes that were previously exclusive to the Xbox 360. On the Playstation 3, The Lost and Damned (released in February 2009) and The Ballad of Gay Tony (released in October 2009) will be available separately as well for download via Playstation Network, where they will cost $19.99 each.
The PC version will allow up to 32 players to play competitive multiplayer and will also receive an advanced video editor along with the game. Furthermore, the game will include an updated soundtrack as well as updated TV-shows and in-game webpages. Whether these updates will also be included in the Playstation 3 version is unclear at this time, and it is also unclear whether these updates are more extensive than those already included in the Xbox 360 version of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City.
5 thoughts on “GTA IV DLC Coming to PC and PS3”
Huh, Microsoft’s deal didn’t have legs in the long run. Interesting, wonder if they made their initial investment back before Rockstar left ship.
I am very happy about this news, I will definitely be buying this on disc eventually. However Final Fantasy XIII, and God of War III come first.
I knew it. I called it. I’m definitely gonna buy it.
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