Grand Theft Auto V for PC will take full advantage of the power of PC to deliver across-the-board enhancements including increased resolution and graphical detail, denser traffic, greater draw distances, upgraded AI, new wildlife, and advanced weather and damage effects for the ultimate open world experience.
PS3/360 never had GTA V , they had GTA V-lite.
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Why is it always the people with their PC specs in their sig that are this oblivious to everything? ****ing hell.
First of all, your opinion is not fact. You not liking RDR does not mean it is a bad game.
Second of all, petitions have been started asking for RDR on PC with thousands of signatures.
''Hurr I don't like this game so if others like this game they're stupid hurrrrdurr''
I really like RDR. Had a lot of fun with it.
Doesn't change the fact that people still waiting for this game to be released on PC years later after multiple assurances from R* that it's not gonna happen are absolute morons.
Now don't let your inability to understand what I was saying stop you from doin' what you were doin'. It was funny. If you keep it up maybe you can start doing it on a street corner for people's spare change.
You said no one is waiting for RDR on PC. Then you go on to say that people who are waiting for RDR on PC are morons. Then you go on to say I didn't understand you when your direct quote was ''You seem to be under the impression anyone is waiting for that.''.
better graphics, control options, mods.... and best of all...
DRM has never affected my ability or enjoyment of game on my PC, ever.
It has negatively impacted my enjoyment on at least a few occasions dating back to the days of code wheels. It used to be an annoying code you only had to deal with once after starting up the game, and then went to some kind of disk scheme that made your drive grind like crazy all the way up to "This game is currently unavailable" because a server somewhere was down.
Steam is the least intrusive (in general) of modern DRM schemes, but even that has its moments.