'GTA V' PS4 and Xbox One versions to include new updates, side quests and story content

Grand Theft Auto V

Players can expect a lot of updates from the upcoming PS4 or Xbox One versions of the "Grand Theft Auto V" since players will have to pay another $60 for the game. Reports say that it will come with new updates, side quests, story content as well as online mode.

One of the promising features coming to the refreshed "Grand Theft Auto 5" is the updated graphics as it will feature higher resolutions, higher visibility, beautiful textures, and even denser traffic. The effects in the game have also been updated.  But changes will be more than just a graphics upgrade.

According to reports, the game will also feature a new radio station that will allow players to listen to the music of "GTA 5." Rumors claim that it will be like a non-stop pop FM station.  PC players will be able to include their own music to be played in the music station, just like in "GTA 4."

The game is also rumored to come in a first-person version, although that will be a lot of work for the game developer Rockstar Games. A trailer of the game sparked the speculation of the addition of a first-person perspective.

Previous reports claimed that the PS4 and Xbox One versions of "GTA 5" will arrive on Nov 21, but a leaked product page of "GTA 5" showed that the PS4 version will be available on Nov. 4, which is weeks earlier than the original release date. This suggests that PS4 gamers might get their hands on the game earlier than Xbox players.

Meanwhile, the PC version will be delayed and will be released on Jan. 27, 2015. According to the developer, the delay is due to "a range of major visual and technical upgrades" to ensure that the game will work smoothly on the platform.