'GTA V' Site Update Brings New Screens and Art, Plus Has A PC Version Been Outed?


We're about a month out from the release of "GTA V" and developer Rockstar isn't slowing down with the reveals from their latest open world action game. This time out: new screenshots have made their way onto the Rockstar Games site, showing anti-heroes Michael and Trevor getting ready to do some crimes. Also: wallpapers!

We've collected some of the screens below, but the news that really piqued our interest today was a report from hardware maker Nvidia which points to a PC version of "GTA V" being available this fall. In a financial call with investors last week, Nvidia Senior Director of Investor Relations Chris Evende detailed some of the titles gamers could expect on the PC this fall including "Call of Duty: Ghosts," "Assassin's Creed IV," and the as-of-yet unannounced "GTA V."

Again, Rockstar Games hasn't made an official announcement about "GTA V" coming to the PC or any other platform beyond the Xbox 360 and PS3. It's likely that the developer is hard at work on a PC port, but it's also likely, as with "GTA IV," we'll see that version of the game sometime after the console versions of the game launches.




[Source: Game Politics]

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