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Grand Theft Auto V For Modern Platforms Confirmed 133

Posted by timothy
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jones_supa (887896) writes 'Since the release of the extremely successful Grand Theft Auto V on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, rumors about PC — and later also an Xbox One and PlayStation 4 — version have been floating around. Now it's official: Grand Theft Auto V will be released on Windows PC and Xbox One, in addition to PlayStation 4, this fall, publisher Rockstar Games announced today with a trailer. A post on Rockstar Newswire tells us that the ports will offer visual and technical improvements such as "increased draw distances, finer texture details, denser traffic and enhanced resolutions." All of the new GTA Online content that has been created and released since launch will be available also on the modern platforms. The PC version will exclusively include a video editor to allow players to put together their own clips of in-game action.'
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Grand Theft Auto V For Modern Platforms Confirmed

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  • Big deal (Score:2, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday June 10, 2014 @10:25AM (#47202697)

    I have no respect for a company which became successful and famous due to a game that was originally designed for the PC (the DOS version of the original GTA), but has now completely forgotten its roots and either releases (a) a shit PC port of their console-focused games (e.g. GTA IV), (b) doesn't release a PC port at all (Red Dead Redemption), or (c) takes their sweet fucking time to release the port at all when they should have had a PC version ready to go at the time the console versions were originally released. And yet gamers rewards these companies treating the fans that made them successful in the first place by giving them the most shit of attention and support. Fuck 'em.

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