Rockstar Games has finally announced when gamers can get their hands on Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) for not only PC, but Xbox One and PlayStation 4. GTA V will drop on November 18, 2014 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and will soon be followed by the much anticipated PC release on January 27, 2015.
Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) was announced for PC and at this years Electronic Entertainment Expo and is expected to arrive early this Fall. PC gamers have been waiting quite a while for this game as the console version has been out for a good time now. It looks like PC gamers will get there wish as the game could launch on PC November 14th.
Many people have been waiting for Grand Theft Auto V to hit the PC market. Well the PC Version of the game has shown up on both France and German versions of Amazon. While the France product page has been taken down the German one is still live at the time of writing this article. This is of course for the pre-order of the game and it is listed for 59,99 EUR.
An Amazon employee has also stated that the time at which the GTA V PC will be in stock is also known by now and it is most certainly going to be February. But the anonymous employee also gave an indication that the exact date might still not be known and Rockstar was the better one to be contacted in case more details were required.
There are quite some talented people out there as far as hacking expertise is concerned and we have a pretty determined one out there who is trying to use GTA V’s popularity to infest PCs in a large quantity and so far hundreds and thousands of them have been affected by this around the globe. We all have had moments of trouble from fake files but this one has created quite some hype and is surely the king of all the fakes.
GTA V PC has been giving out quite confused results on the incorporation of the DirectX 11 mode. Rumors have recently been circulating indicating towards the DirectX 11 being the only mode employed in the GTA V PC. Some fans have also been going through the PS3 build code but it has been stated that there was no sighting of any code related to the DirectX 9 or DirectX 10 mode. This will surely represent no inclination towards the other two modes being present.
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