Barring any further delays, Grand Theft Auto V [official site] is due to finally, finally arrive on PC on April 14th. Our version looks awfully pretty in those screenshots Rockstar have been trickling out, dangling before our hungry eyes, but how is it in motion?
A brand spanking new trailer gives a peek at the land of San Andreas, home of naughty crimes, running in 1080p at 60fps on PC. Come see:
If you've sort of forgotten about the possibility of ever getting to play GTA, what with all these delays, you might want to check the system requirements - you've still got a fortnight to upgrade if needs be. I happen to have bought a new system this week, and the two games I specifically checked specs against were GTA V and The Witcher 3.
I can't lie: one of my main plans for GTA V is playing in that new first-person view and wandering through the foggy forests. I'm nothing if not predictable. But gosh, it's one of the best-looking first-person views I've seen with all those slick animations. Crimes, also. I'll do a lot of crimes. Really cool-looking crimes. But that foggy forest!