The record-breaking caper, Grand Theft Auto 5, is coming to PC, for Europe at least.
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After years of waiting for Rockstar to bring another Grand Theft Auto to consoles, the developer dropped its most ambitious and complex sequel into gamers' laps around the world this week. While the core of this entry is still very familiar, Grand Theft Auto V freshens the aging premise with a new narrative direction and a host of new features designed to redefine the franchise. Though there are still moments where Grand Theft Auto V stumbles a bit, Rockstar has once again proven when it comes to the sandbox genre, nobody does it better.
Earlier this week, Rockstar unveiled a series of new Grant Theft Auto V screenshots that look more like paintings or widescreen photographs than in-game footage. This has led some fans to speculate that the screenshots were made on a PS4 or the Xbox Durango. Others speculated that they were made using a PC version of the game running on top of the line graphics hardware. However, it turns out that neither of these theories are true.
Game turnover cycles have become ludicrous. Call of Duty releases every year. Assassin’s Creed is looking to follow suit. All the biggest names in the business are looking to push out more games faster and faster. In the days of the NES and SNES, sometimes you had to wait an entire generation to get to the next entry of a popular franchise. There’s no way studios can churn out games on a yearly or bi-yearly basis while still keeping the franchise interesting and Take-Two chief operating officer Karl Slatoff agrees.