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Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V, the sixth best selling video game of all time, has been finally confirmed for PC, PS4 and Xbox One this year.

The open-world action blockbuster was a mega hit upon its release for PS3 and Xbox 360 last year, and Sony showed off a trailer for the game at its E3 conference announcing the game will boast vastly improved graphics.

Not many details were revealed but the game will work with GTA Online saves from both Xbox 360 and PS3, and will also be released for the PC, where it's expected the modding community will go wild as they've done with previous GTA games.

Check out the trailer for yourself below.

Rockstar elaborated in a blog post on its site that any current GTA V players will be able to carry over their characters and progression onto the PS4 as well as the Xbox One or PC.

On PC, users will have access to a video editor to help with advanced movie-making.

Even Rockstar’s own trailer has footage taken from the PlayStation 4 version, and according to their blog it will feature ‘across-the-board graphical and technical improvements to deliver a stunning new level of detail. Increased draw distances, finer texture details, denser traffic, and enhanced resolutions’.

Also promised are ‘new wildlife, upgraded weather and damage effects, and an array of new details to discover’.

Pre-orders are available tomorrow through Rockstar's official website, though as for now there's no word on cost, exact release date or regions yet.

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David Swan

David Swan is a tech journalist from Melbourne and is iTWire's Associate Editor. Having started off as a games reviewer at the age of 14, he now has a degree in Journalism from RMIT (with Honours) and owns basically every gadget under the sun.

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