GTA

Updated: 10/18/2022 by Computer Hope
Grand Theft Auto

GTA is an acronym for the popular video game series, Grand Theft Auto. The game was initially released by Rockstar Games on October 21, 1997, and remains one of the highest grossing video game franchises of all time. Grand Theft Auto games are first released on the Xbox and PlayStation video game consoles, and then later for PC and mobile. GTA has an ESRB rating of M for mature.

Versions of Grand Theft Auto

  • Grand Theft Auto - Originally released for the PS1 on October 21, 1997 by DMA Design.
  • Grand Theft Auto 2 - Released in October 1999 by DMA Design.
  • Grand Theft Auto III (Grand Theft Auto 3) - Originally released for the PS2 and Xbox on October 23, 2001, by Rockstar North.
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (GTAVC or VC) - Originally released for the PS2 and Xbox on October 29, 2002, by Rockstar North.
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - Released on October 26, 2004, by Rockstar North.
  • Grand Theft Auto IV (Grand Theft Auto 4) - Originally released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 on April 29, 2008, by Rockstar North.
  • Grand Theft Auto V (Grand Theft Auto 5) - Originally released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 on September 17, 2013, by Rockstar North
  • Grand Theft Auto VI (Grand Theft Auto 6) - Announced in 2022 that it was in development but has no set release date.

How do I get Grand Theft Auto on the computer?

Today, Grand Theft Auto is found, downloaded, and installed from Steam, Rockstar Games Launcher, and the Epic Games Launcher. No version of Grand Theft Auto is free to play. However, there are occasional deals on platforms like the Epic Games Launcher that have given out GTA5 for free for a limited time.

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