Released in September 2013, GTA 5 has reaped Rockstar phenomenal success, allowing the developer to break many records, rake in massive reviews and revolutionise open-world action games.

Even though the game came out over seven months ago, Rockstar's developers are still churning out content for the game, giving players more and more things to do on GTA Online, the game's multiplayer mode.

While gamers have been asking for a version of GTA 5 for PC and other platforms, here's a guess on what Rockstar might actually serve up next.

GTA 5 For Xbox One and PS4

Rockstar chose to bring GTA 5 onto the Xbox 360 and PS3 since those were the most popular platforms and also because they gave the developer access to the largest possible fan base of gamers who were comfortable with a generation of tried and tested consoles.

The safest bet for the developer would now be to offer GTA 5 in glorious 1080p 60 FPS. And owing to the fact that online retailers have started listing the game for pre-orders on next gen consoles, it looks like this is finally happening.

And given that developers like Naughty Dogs are porting popular titles like "The Last of Us" onto the PS4, it makes sense for Rockstar to do the same.

Red Dead Redemption 2

Rockstar hasn't offered any solid information on a sequel to Red Dead Redemption ever since it was launched in 2010. However, the developer did say in 2012 that it wasn't finished with the franchise and that it plans to release a new instalment in the future.

We reckon that the developer was hoping to release the sequel onto next-gen platforms, meaning that it was waiting for the PS4 to release and gain traction as a next-gen console.

Now that Sony's latest gaming console has seen popular adoption, there is a very good chance that a RDR 2 game is in the works.