In GTA Online players will be to return part of the money

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A listing for Grand Theft Auto V Premium Edition has been spotted online through Amazon Germany.

Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V was released in 2013, which means that later this year the game will hit the five year old mark.

Speaking of GTA V, earlier this year rumor started to pop up that GTA 5 will come to Nintendo Switch along with Red Dead Redemption. However the store listing has it pegged for a March 23, 2018 release date.

GTA Online is still incredibly popular for a game that was released almost five years ago, and Rockstar pledged that it'll continue to show support for the game even with Red Dead Redemption 2 on the horizon this year.

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Neither the Xbox One listing nor the PlayStation 4 listing mention any additional details, but it would seem logical that this version will include additional GTA Online content alongside support for Microsoft's Xbox One X console and Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro.

Although GTA 5 continues to be a huge success and was the most lucrative game of 2017, many fans are wondering why Rockstar Games is choosing to re-release the game now. Of course GTA V owes a lot of its success thanks to its online counterpart, GTA Online. To put it into perspective, Star Wars Battlefront 2 sold seven million units and that was below publisher EA's expectations.

Grand Theft Auto 5 is available now for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. This would be a smart move for most for Rockstar and Take-Two to do. "Everything is going better than expected and we do have pretty high expectations". Maximum refund amount - not more than one million in-game dollars. Take-Two said it had a net benefit of $11.9 million (approximately Rs. 77 crore) in the latest quarter from the overhaul of the United States tax code.

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