Grand Theft Auto V Summary
The PC modding community has been busy pulling apart the once secure files of Grand Theft Auto V, and have discovered some material references to horses and the shuffling undead. Technically it does have a zombie already.
While the creative juices maybe flowing in the community, so far very little is possible to change in the game. We're not quite there yet adding in the superheroes and piano cars, but we're now a step closer.
Here, VR headsets are a bit old hat, aren't they? What you really need to do to experience true gaming satisfaction, is to strap yourself in to a full-body motion detector like the(ignoring the fact that it makes you look like a knock-off Terminator stuck on the production line).
Now that you can control your character through your own movements, what better game to choose for your virtual rampage than the recently released PC version of Rockstar's blockbuster crime sim Grand Theft Auto V?
Outside of Valve's own offerings, GTA V is now the most popular game, pushing ahead of Bethesda's Skyrim less than a week after launching. It peaked yesterday at just over 300,000 concurrent players, only about 130,000 behind perennially popular shooter .
With the 'ultimate edition' of Grand Theft Auto V now out on PC it's time to get judgemental. We've been playing it as long as everyone else - from midnight on April 13th - and so it's going to take a little while.
What we're looking at are the PC exclusive features more than the full game itself, since most know by now how that went down. What can we say right now? It's playing real smooth so far.
I love the idea of creating little nuggets of cinematic genius using GTA V's rather cool video editing mode, but when I actually sit down to use it all the creativity drowns out of me. At best, I end up using it to throw cars at Trevor. Fortunately, there's a whole community of more creative-minded Tarantino wannabes out there, and less than two days after the Rockstar blockbuster's PC launch, we've already got some interesting stuff bubbling to the surface.