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Rockstar just released a 60fps trailer for GTA V PC

Grand Theft Auto V is finally coming to the PC in just under two weeks time and it seems like this time, there are no secret delays planned, as Rockstar has just released a new 60 frames per second trailer for the game on PC, showing off what is in store for those who have yet to play the game.

The trailer was uploaded to Rockstar’s own website and is not yet on YouTube like all of the other trailers. The servers seem to be coping with the traffic pretty well right now so if you want to see the trailer, you can find it, HERE. 


The trailer is all in-game but it doesn’t actually show any gameplay. It is more like a teaser of what is in store for those who never got the chance to play the game on other platforms.

If you are looking to play the game on PC then you will need to know the system requirements;

Minimum specifications:

  • Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 or AMD Phenom 9850 CPU.
  • 4GB RAM.
  • Nvidia 9800GT 1GB or AMD HD 4870 1GB.
  • 65GB of storage space.

Recommended specifications:

  • Intel Core i5 3470 or AMD FX-8350 CPU.
  • 8GB RAM.
  • Nvidia GTX 660 2GB or AMD HD 7870 2GB.
  • 65GB of storage space.

The PC version of the game will support 4K resolutions for those on the cutting edge of PC hardware. The first person view mode will appear as well as an expanded soundtrack. Grand Theft Auto Online will be available from day one along with the Heists game mode.

However, the most important thing about the PC version of the game is mod support, GTA IV had plenty of mods extending its life and many are expecting the same from GTA V.

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KitGuru Says: The trailer didn’t really show off anything gameplay-wise. However, it is good to see that Grand Theft Auto V is finally coming to the PC. Have any of you guys held out this long to play the game on PC? 

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