Grand Theft Auto V Summary
Grand Theft Auto V for PC has once again been delayed by, as they also announce that the long sought after Heists will be debuting March 10th for GTA Online.
The new release date currently pencilled in amidst the debris of eraser rubbings, is April 14th. The studio says a "bit more time is needed" to ensure GTA Online works day one.
Nvidia boasts of 'record sales' with quarter revenue at $1.25 billion, demand spike for Maxwell GPUs
It's raining big bucks over atas their quarterly take over Christmas saw around $1.25 billion in revenue, driven largely by the spike in demand for their Maxwell GPU range, like those found in the GeForce GTX 980.
In fact they say a 38% rise in sales, up by 9% from the same period last year. Total revenue for year was $4.7 billion, with actual profits at $630 million. They didn't revealfigures.
Pre-orders begin today for Grand Theft Auto V on PC, withannouncing that as a bonus we'll be getting a cool $1 million of in-game cash spread across Story mode and GTA Online.
If you pre-order with thebetween now and February 1st you'll also score a free PC game from select titles, and an extra $300k for GTA Online.
has just announced a further delay to the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V which was due by the end of this month. Now desktop crime waves won't start until March 24th. It's painful news alright.
The PC requirements to light up Los Santos have also been disclosed, and they're suspiciously merciful given the vast scope of GTA V. A collection of PC screens have been published too.
Rumours that GTA V for PC would be delayed past its predicted January 27 release date have cropped up over the last month, mainly due to the game's listing on Steam changing its due date to the rather less specific "early 2015".
Not to worry though, according to a Rockstar post responding to fan concerns on the game's, that initial date hasn't changed.