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Rockstar Games released the first major patch for Grand Theft Auto 5's PC version over the weekend. The update fixes several huge bugs with the newly launched port.
Full modding is still a ways off for GTA V on PC due to Rockstar encrypting the files, requiring modders to have to make some workarounds. But PC gamers (and developers) have still found ways to get non-approved third-party hardware to work with the game and they're already posting videos up online about it.
GTA 5's PC version has arrived and it's loaded with plenty of cheats for players to use. The cheats can basically turn you into a god, allowing you to become unkillable and alter the world around you.
Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V launched in a big way on Steam. The early stats are showing that the game is already moving massive copies and more than 300,000 players have already logged in simultaneously for the open-world action game.
Nvidia and AMD have released new drivers to support the PC version of GTA 5. These drivers allow PC gamers to get the best performance out of the newly launched version of the game.
Rockstar released a new trailer for Grand Theft Auto V, this time focusing on the robust functionality and features implemented into the video editor. Gamers get to see what sort of tools will be at their disposal and just how complex they can make some of their machinima.
All right folks, the time has come to start revving up your thumbs and prepping your mouse-clicking fingers for the inevitable launch of GTA V on PC. To help with that process Rockstar has announced the official launch times for the game via Twitter, so you'll know exactly when you can boot the game up and start playing.
GTA 5 players have been using an exploit to get a huge advantage in multiplayer. Instead of removing the exploit, Rockstar Games implemented a hilarious punishment for the cheaters.
Those of you who felt like Grand Theft Auto V wasn’t quite as pretty as you were hoping on next gen consoles can finally breathe a sigh of relief, as Rockstar Games has announced the launch of a new update, specifically designed to tackle these issues.
Grand Theft Auto 5 has received a new patch on consoles. Patch 1.09 (called Patch 1.23 on PS3 and Xbox 360) makes a wide range of bug fixes while also tweaking online heists slightly.
Rockstar Games sent out a fresh batch of 4K resolution screenshots for GTA 5's PC version today. They also promised that a new trailer is on the way.
GTA 5 finally received online heists yesterday. Unfortunately, technical issues prevented many players from enjoying this new feature on its launch day.
Rockstar just added online heists to GTA 5 but the game doesn't tell you how to actually use the feature. Here's what you need to know to start off your crime spree.