Rockstar Editor will Be Launched on Xbox One, and Playstation 4 versions of Grand Theft Auto 5 in the Following Month

Rockstar Editor will Be Launched on Xbox One, and Playstation 4 versions of Grand Theft Auto 5 in the Following Month

 

Players are now given the opportunities to create their own movies by using the Rockstar Editor.  The Rockstar Editor is first introduced in the PC version of GTA 5. Rockstar Games announced that they will be launching the Rockstar Editor to the Xbox One and PS4 platforms in September. On the 24th August, Rockstar Newswire told fans that they will be launching the videoe editing tools on Xbox One and PS4 next month.

Rockstar Editor offers a comprehensive set of tools for players to film their own gameplay in GTA 5. This feature is only be available in the PC version right now. They will be adding this feature in the console versions in September. Other new features will also be introduced in the current generations console platforms. New features will be added to the PC version soon.

 

In the next update, the Director Mode will be available to the editing tool in the GTA 5 game. The Director Mode will make it easier for players to create the video. Players will be able to create spawn objects with the Director Mode. They will be able to pause the time during daytime to create a better lighting effect in the video.

 

New audio settings will be available in the upcoming update that take place next month  The new audio settings allow players to create personalized sound effects by mixing different sound tracks together. Players will be able to copy and paste the audio settings they set up with the audio marker.

GTA 5 is available on various platforms including Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Playstation 4 and Playstation 3. At the moment, only the PC version will have the Rockstar Editor. The Rockstar Editor will be included in the Xbox One and Playstation 4 versions next month. It won’t be available on the previous generation console because of incompatibility issues.

 

Rockstar Games Posponing the GTA 5 for Next Generations Consoles Until 2015

 

Fans have been eagerly anticipating for Rockstar Games to launch the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC versions. There is a rumor that claimed the developer will be postponing the launching of the game to a later date.

 

According to rumors, Rockstar will have to postpone the launch date for PS4 and Xbox One versions of GTA 5 until the Spring of 2015. This can be a bad news for players who have been hoping to play the game on their console next month.

 

Rockstar previously announced to players that they will be launching the GTA 5 online money hacks game for the next generations consoles at the E3 event in June. Until now, there is still not yet any formal announcement from Rockstar that indicate the game will be postponed. CVG.com has been spreading rumors about the postponing of GTA 5.

CVG stated that there is not yet any official announcement about GTA 5 since the date they announced they will be launching the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC versions. According to CVG, Rockstar is going to preview the game to players prior to the official launch date.

It has been a year since Rockstar Games launched the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 versions. There is a rumor that they will be launching the next generation console versions of GTA 5 soon. However, Rockstar did not talk about it until the month of June his year.

It is up to Rockstar whether they want to let fans preview the game prior to launching it. It is unlikely that the Playstation 4 and Xbox One versions will incorporate complex features that cause the development team to delay the launch date.

Different launch dates of the GTA 5 game can be found online. The majority of the gaming sites based in Europe speculate the launch date of the GTA 5 to be the 7th November. It is possible that the GTA 5 game will be released by that time. However, Rockstar Games has not yet given any update on the launch date of GTA 5 so it is most probably that they will be launching it in 2015.

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