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Rockstar Games has revealed the release date and system hardware minimum requirements to run one of the most salivated-for games for PC owners around the world; Grand Theft Auto V
So, want to know exactly what the fidelity jump will be as Grand Theft Auto V makes the leap from previous consoles to next-generation? Here is a video that will give you a glimpse.
Get deeper into the action by seeing through the eyes of your character. Yep, you can drive as Franklin sees the world, shoot the guilty and innocent through Michaels iron sites or get up close and personal in psychotic kind of Trevor way.
Grand Theft Auto V is currently the sixth highest selling video game of all time and it is set to sell a whole heap of additional copies come November, when it's expected to get a next-generation release for PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4.
Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V, the sixth best selling video game of all time, has been finally confirmed for PC, PS4 and Xbox One this year.
It is all part of the game: Grand Theft Auto Online has been updated removing an exploit that was ruining the experience for many players.
Rockstar has announced the details of in-game purchases for the online portion of its hugely popular GTA V.
Both single player and GTA Online are impelling virtual universes, and given they are currently running on hardware that is close to seven years old, the fact that a player can get so immersed in the world of Los Santos is a credit to RockStar Game’s developers. But have you been playing too much Grand Theft Auto? Quite possibly.
You may have missed this title, though you would be hard pressed to. It is an entertainment franchise that with the recent release of its seventh major iteration (the fifth to be numbered) it has broken many dollar value records for earnings in the short time it has been available. In the first three days Grand Theft Auto V was on sale, publisher Take Two Interactive and Developer RockStar Games have pocketed over a billion US dollars in sales.
Seems like mature orientated video-gaming is popular, with RockStar Game’s newest addition to the Grand Theft Auto franchise raking in the loot after only the first day on sale. In fact it is an industry record, in an industry that sits atop the money pile earned via electronic entertainment.
And so it begins, the lead up to the biggest game release of the year, GTA V.
The all action and cinematic trailer for GTA V has hit the web
Here is the latest gameplay video for Grand Theft Auto V. RockStar Games show off the online aspect of the upcoming game. It’s time to get online and create chaos with colleagues.
While fellow over-the-top action game, Saints Row IV, struggles to get an Australian release, the much anticipated Grand Theft Auto V has sailed through the classification board process.
Here are some new screen shots for the upcoming Grand Theft Auto V. It looks wonderful, but do Australians need to be concerned? Despite the R18+ rating we now have, games such as Saints Row IV are struggling to get classified. Surely the franchise that pretty much kicked off the rating debate might be on shaky Australian soil.
Here it is, some of the first footage of Grand Theft Auto V action direct from RockStar Games.
PC owners are rarely hardly done by but it was looking that way when Rockstar revealed GTA 5 only for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
RockStar Games has released a new series of GTA V screen shots to hopefully sate fans until September.
The next epic scale iteration of GTA is due for release this coming September. Three protagonists and the biggest game RockStar Games have every produced will hit store shelves later in the year. Can RockStar Games ratchet up the game-play to make the release delay palatable to fans who are busting to play Grand Theft Auto V?
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