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GTA V PC Version Listed On Steam
The 2013 release of Grand Theft Auto V had the gaming community in kind of a civil war. While the console users were happy of the game’s exclusivity, PC gamers were horrified that the game would not be making its way to PC.
Finally, Rockstar heard their cries and a PC as well as PS4 and Xbox One version of the game was announced during E3 2014.
Soon after the announcement, GTA V’s page went up on Valve’s Steam store with a release date for some time Fall 2014.
Unlike the old hardware of PS3 and Xbox 360, the PC version of the game will be utilizing the full potential of the system to deliver stunning graphical details, increased resolution, better draw distance, improved AI and advanced weather and damage effects.
The game will also ship with the multiplayer mode Grand Theft Auto Online, something which was added later to the PS3 and Xbox 360 release.
Grand Theft Auto V for PC will also feature a video editor designed for advanced movie-making.
While the game will feature interface and subtitles in up to 10 languages, only English will have full audio support. No system requirements or price tag is available yet for the PC version.