Grand Theft Auto 5 will soon be released for PC gamers who have had to wait for quite some time for this title to arrive. Originally released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, later for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the PC port has been delayed multiple times but later this month it will finally be available for download. To get the hype going Rockstar today released a GTA 5 for PC trailer which shows the game in its 60 frames-per-second glory.
Rockstar announced in June 2014 that GTA V will be released for the PC. Since then the release has been delayed a couple of times.
Gamers don’t like to wait but if they get a good experience at the end of the day they’re not likely to mind. Many developers have botched game releases in the past year and have taken a lot of flak from gamers.
Hopefully Rockstar has fine-tuned GTA 5 for PC enough that it won’t cause any issues at launch. Today is the first time that the developer has shown GTA 5 for PC in 60 fps. PC gamers will get support for up to three monitors and 4K resolution provided they have a proper gaming rig.
It’s definitely going to be a treat to play, and if you are watching the trailer on a device that can handle the frame rate, the trailer will look mighty fine too.
Grand Theft Auto 5 will be released for PC on April 14th.
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