GTA 5: Officially The Most Anticipated Game Of 2013 - Survey
GTA 5 beats Gears Of War: Judgement, The Last Of Us, BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider to become the most anticipated game of 2013, according to a survey.
Published on Jan 18, 2013
Grand Theft Auto 5 is the most anticipated game of 2013, according to a recent survey conducted by Voucher Codes Pro.
Though it might not come as much of a shock to see that Rockstar’s popular GTA series’ latest installment comes out on top, it does beat a list of high-profile games all vying for the top spot.
Speaking to 1,457 gamers across the UK, the money saving website discovered that along with wanting GTA 5 the most out of all of 2013’s releases, they were also looking forward to Gears Of War: Judgment the next most.
Here’s the full list of games and their anticipation ratings:
1. Grand Theft Auto V - 72%
2. Gears of War: Judgement - 65%
3. Tomb Raider - 64%
4. The Last of Us - 57%
5. BioShock Infinite - 49%
6. Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 -43%
7. Dead Space 3 - 40%
8. Crysis 3 - 37%
9. Beyond Two Souls - 36%
10. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Blacklist - 31%
Voucher Codes Pro’s George Charles was optimistic that the survey reflected overall excitement for the coming year’s sales despite the US seeing a 22% drop last year.
“The fact that people are searching for titles that haven’t been released yet just shows how hotly anticipated new games are. I’m also amongst those looking forward to a few of these releases and can’t deny that Grand Theft Auto V is a mouth-watering offering, despite its oft-cited notoriety.”
With new consoles rumoured to be announced any day now, Voucher Codes’ survey might be short-lived with gamer’s attentions shifting when Microsoft and Sony reveal the Xbox Next and the PS4.
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