Grand Theft Auto 5 rumored to be released on November 14 for PC

Grand Theft Auto 5 rumored to be released on November 14 for PC

Grand Theft Auto V, one of the highest selling gaming titles of all times, is all set to having a PC version released sometime in the near future. However, the release date of the title might come much sooner than expected. Even though there were tons of speculations hovering around whether or not the title would be ported to the Microsoft Windows operating system or not, the announcement at E3 2014 displaying an obscured title saying ‘coming this fall’ instead of an actual date indicated that the title was going to be released in the last quarter of 2014.

According to the listing on a Danish retailer’s website, Grand Theft Auto V for PC is expected to release on November 14th in Europe. After the date was leaked, the listing has been changed to December 31st, which places several PC gamers in a bit of a dilemma; either the date was changed to get PC gamers off track that the title will originally get released on the 14th of November or, it was just an honest mistake. Even if Grand Theft Auto V does not make it to the rumored date, there are other immersive titles being released in that month that will appease to the appetite of gamers.

Grand Theft Auto 5 rumored to be released on November 14 for PC

Perhaps the biggest perk of owning a copy of GTA V for the PC version will be the visuals. In addition to the improved graphics quality, the title will also boast an enhanced video editor, which will no doubt start prompting modders to take advantage of the feature and assimilate the title with nothing short than breathtaking visuals. Be sure to pack yourself a nice GPU with sufficient Video RAM, or else you can forget about cranking every single ‘eye candy’ visual setting in the game.

Rockstar probably won’t mind having another revenue orifice opened to them, seeing as how the game publishing company was able to rake in $1 billion in revenue within three days of releasing GTA V for PS3 and Xbox 360 last year.

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