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Post by Eorl @ 03:24pm 13/06/14 | 11 Comments
As expected since its announcement during Sony's E3 2014 press conference on Tuesday, Rockstar's newly announced Grand Theft Auto V for PC has appeared on Steam, boasting a number of enhancements over its previously PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 counterparts.

According to the description, the game "will take full advantage of the power of PC to deliver across-the-board enhancements including increased resolution and graphical detail, denser traffic, greater draw distances, upgraded AI, new wildlife, and advanced weather and damage effects for the ultimate open world experience."

It will also come with a video editor "designed for advanced movie-making," just like the PC version of its predecessor, Grand Theft Auto IV. That editor allowed users to capture in-game footage, make edits in real-time, render the clips as WMV movie files and upload them to the Rockstar Social Club.

Sadly there is still no word on the long-awaited heist missions, and whether they will come packed in with the launch on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but here is hoping for more information as we get closer to the launch window of Spring 2014. Until then, check out the E3 2014 announcement trailer below.






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koopz
Posted 07:27pm 13/6/14
good news


cheers dude.


was hoping for a *nix port for Steam.. seems that is bigger news these days than the eventual PC warezfest that's coming. Happy to support the new platform here.





Spook
Posted 07:40pm 13/6/14
was hoping for a *nix port


lolz
Arpey
Posted 07:59pm 13/6/14
I hope it's better optimized than GTA4 was, that thing still chugs on a machine that blows a Xbox 360 or PS3 out of the water.
Dazhel
Posted 10:02pm 13/6/14
heh "Graphical Enhancements"

1080p baby...
Audi
Posted 10:41pm 13/6/14
Maybe I will get this after all.
Whoop
Posted 01:39am 14/6/14
I've seen a few good multiplayer shenanigans on the machinima channel, looks like a load of fun (they use the xbox version I think).
heh "Graphical Enhancements"

1080p baby...

more like "we took the same textures that are in the s***** console version and resized them in photoshop" like every other console / PC game.
midunno
Posted 02:01am 14/6/14
Is it spring yet?
Jboy
Posted 04:55am 14/6/14
Never been a big fan of GTA series but I may get this and break the rule.

+1 for the Linux port and hopefully not a s***** wrapper either.
Ronnny
Posted 01:30am 15/6/14
samatt
Posted 10:37am 15/6/14
Haha good work
tel
Posted 08:18pm 15/6/14
Awesome news!
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