Grand Theft Auto V Summary
The twinkling lights of Los Santos lure us in but is it the big score we’ve waited for?
latest 'Asked & Answered' session through the Rockstar Newswire has been posted and confirms the studio is in the "final stages" of wrapping up development for the PC version.
We should also expect to see the system requirements "in the coming week." A developerthat their Max Payne 3 PC team is behind GTA V's PC edition.
The very long-awaited addition of Heists for GTA Online, the free online counterpart to Grand Theft Auto V, has finally been given trailer by. Even better is the early 2015 window for the events.
The PC version of Grand Theft Auto V is due in late January so PC gamers won't need to wait much longer hopefully. Our pain has already been to wait for Xbox One and PS4 to get theirs first.
An alleged developer forhas said their upcoming PC version for Grand Theft Auto V is being handled by the very same team that brought Max Payne 3 to PC, which proved surprisingly great.
This same Rockstar dev also stated they've got GTA V running at 60 frames, although didn't say what PC specs it was running on. Rockstar is yet to announce any PC exclusive perks.
Turns out thatwere true - the remastered version of Grand Theft Auto V for PC and current-gen consoles will come with a first-person mode.
First reported, the mode will add assisted aim, free aim and semi-assisted aim, and it sounds like there's plenty of options for modifying the controls to your taste.
has announced a bevy of exclusive content for the remastered version of Grand Theft Auto V, but it's only going to be available to players transferring characters from the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game.
“Some of the other updates such as the upgrade content are being designed exclusively as a reward for returning players so those will not be released on the previous versions,” confirmed the developer in a recent Q&A session reported.