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Grand Theft Auto IV

GTA IV now backwards compatible with Xbox One

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Earlier this week we reported on the stunning sales figures for Grand Theft Auto V, which has managed to sell 75 million units since its release back in 2013, and today its predecessor is making the news. Niko Bellic, Johnny Klebitz, and Luis Lopez' intermingled sagas in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City are now playable via backwards compatibility on Xbox One. After Red Dead Redemption from the previous generation, GTA is another one of Rockstar's franchise to get this treatment. Launched in 2008, GTA IV had exceeded 25 million unit sales at our last count.

Is Nico Bellic still the most iconic character in the series? Or do you think Claude Speed did a better job?

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