NVIDIA Reveals That GTA V Will Hit PC This Fall

During an earnings call hosted by Chris Evenden, NVIDIA’s Senior Director of Investor Relations. Evenden revealed that Grand Theft Auto V will be released on PC this fall.

Evenden was speaking changes in the PC market when he said that PC gamers should be “preparing their systems for a strong roster of games coming this fall, including blockbuster franchises, such as Call of Duty: Ghosts, Grand Theft Auto V and Assassin’s Creed IV.”

Officially, the PC version of GTA V is “up for consideration” by Rockstar. Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game are scheduled for release on September 17th, 2013. Looks like GTA PC fans won’t have to wait long this time.

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Buy some more Nvidia.

Stoked if this is true. Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoo Hooooooowheeee!! "Prepare your systems" = buy a new Nvidia. My current AMD will run it just fine guys Nice try though. Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoo Hooooooowheeee!!


I would like to think this is true. But since when does Nvidia tell R* what to do? Plus, that quote can be misread, "strong roster of games coming this fall". Sure, there's always a COD game coming out and Assassin's Creed is slowly turning into a COD clone, in that they release one every year. And the GTA 5 mention in there? Sure, it's coming this fall to the 6 year old hardware consoles... but we PC gamers might need to wait several (normally 6-8) months to get our hands on that game. And, buy the games if you enjoy them don't be a free-loader! (no pun intended... well, maybe a little)

Abuncha bs

Prepairing their systems for games like those. Most gaming machines are already capable of running xbox one games as E3 had proven. So Nvidia is most likely just shooting complete b.s. anyway. Probably gonna intentionally break their drivers and shader programs built into the game to trick people into upgrading. Her rockstar, here is 4 million dollars, break your game for us.....please Seriously though, I know rockstars track history, it would take a huge payout to have that game released earlier.

Broken drivers to make people

Broken drivers to make people upgrade faster.. **** you scare me!! Just thinking about doing this to their own customers would be quite freaky. I believe it's heading to pc before christmas cause Nvidia wouldn't throw things in the air without any reliability but I see it at minimum 6 to 8 weeks after the consoles release to maximize the sales of the game. A steam release on early december seem not so impossible.

While I don't

While I don't disagree with what you pointed out. Console users do have one big advantage, when they buy the game they can play it right away while us PC users have to wait a month or longer for the mass amount of bugs and crashes to be fixed. This Rockstar Games after all.

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