Reports indicate that Rockstar chose the widely accessible DVD format for GTA V on PC rather than the more substantial Blu-ray format.
Rockstar needs more time to “polish and trim” GTAV on PC, but in the meantime they’ve released full PC specs and a few new screenshots.
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Lindsay Lohan strikes back in her lawsuit against GTA V publisher Take Two, claiming that her likeness was used in-game as well promotional GTA merchandise.
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Grand Theft Auto V, aka GTA V, will launch on Nov. 18 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with the PC version following up in Jan. 27 of next year, Rockstar Games today announced. The next-gen releases will include the original version of the game along with “major visual and technical upgrades”. These new features include new weapons and activities along with environmental additions such as dynamic weather effects and more dense flora and fauna. Rockstar also revealed that gamers who pre-order GTA V will receive $1,000,000 in-game bonus cash divided between GTA Online and the game’s story mode. Returning players will be able to migrate their saved
The rumor mill has recently been busy belting out the latest bit of video games industry speculation: Call of Duty publisher Activision (NASDAQ: ATVI) might be planning to buy Take-Two Interactive (NASDAQ: TTWO). The rumors have tapered off over the last few days, but the supposed acquisition caused a surge in Take-Two Interactive’s stock. The publisher’s shares went up 4.14 percent (at a high of $23.66) in afternoon trades following the rumors. This is just short of its six-year high of $23.67 back in June. At time of press Take-Two’s shares are currently at $23.47 (down by 0.8%). According to Benchmark Analyst Mike Hickey, Activision buying out