GTA V is great to play on PC, but not if you have a really low-end PC. GTA V modder ’emirh08′ has compiled a mod that will allow you to play the game at good frame rates (over 30 FPS) on an average system with low specifications. On a Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Tablet the modder is able to get over 30 FPS on 1280 x 800 resoultion with textures at maximum, FXAA and Shadows enabled, reflection quality on high and Anisotropic Filtering at 8x.
Now with the higher-end GeForce GTX cards being bundled with Watcher 3: Wild Hunt and Batman: Arkham Knight there are some games that you can now get for free with select Radeon graphics cards. These games include DiRT Rally and Grand Theft Auto V and are available exclusively through Newegg.com.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about all of the information that came out of AMD’s Financial Analyst day which includes both their CPU and GPU plans for 2016, we get our first look at the R9 390X, talk about Rockstar banning players in GTA V, and more!
As we originally reported Rockstar was banning players for using mods in GTA V in both online mode and single player mode, initially. Because of this many people were unhappy and took to Steam to air their grievance by writing a negative review of the game, which is now up to 8083 at the time of writing this article. Players that were found using mods were banner for a period of 2 weeks. Because of the backlash Rockstar has fixed the situation by allowing mods in single player mode, but not online.
One of the biggest selling points of the GTA V PC version was the ability to mod the game for a better experience and more. Well it looks like that will now get you banned as Rockstar made modding a violation of their terms of service.
Grand Theft Auto V will launch next week on PC and you can already preload it. It has to be one of the most anticipated games of 2015 for sure! Of course with the PC version you are going to want to make sure your system can handle it. New revealed screenshots show us just how far the graphics settings go.
We are one week away from the release of one of the most anticipated PC games of 2015, Grand Theft Auto V. The PC version has been overhauled with graphical enhancements and will support 4K resolution. Rockstar showed off their PC trailer last week and we were really impressed. With all of the hype surrounding the game and the announcement that you will be able to start preloading the game starting today it is already topping the Steam Sales chart.
If you have already purchased your preorder of Grand Theft Auto V from the Rockstar Warehouse or Steam you are able to start preloading the game tomorrow April 7th. This information is on the FAQ section of Rockstar’s support website.
PC gamers won’t have to wait much longer to get their hands on Grand Theft Auto V. Rockstar has just released the PC trailer that shows off the game running at 1080p at 60 frames per second and I do have to say it looks great!
May 29, 2015 0