Los Santos is getting some urban renewal now that Rockstar Games is bringing Grand Theft Auto V over to current-gen consoles and PC.

To the delight of modders everywhere, Rockstar Games has formally announced that Grand Theft Auto V is coming to PC as well as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Rockstar has also posted this hilarious new trailer to showcase some of GTA V's new features. While the two biggest changes in this new edition of GTA V would be its higher resolution and increased draw distance, there are plenty of new features being added to the overall game, such as new weapons, vehicles, activities and wildlife. Atop of these new features, there will be denser traffic (simulating those California highways), a new foliage system, new weather effects, additional damage effects, 100 new radio songs and more.

GTA classic vehicles such as the Dodo Seaplane and the Dukes will be added to Los Santos. There will be all sorts of new quests, side missions, random encounters and shooting range missions.

Grand Theft Auto Online will be upgraded to house 30 players total in each city. Also, all previously released content and every gameplay upgrade will be included in the PC and current-gen version.

GTA V will launch on Xbox One and PS4 on Nov. 18, with its PC version launching on Jan. 27, 2015. Those who pre-order the game will receive $1,000,000 in-game cash to spend across GTA Online and GTA V's story mode.

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Why did it take so long for GTA V to hit current-gen and PC? Trevor was at Ozzfest: