|QUOTE (nigelhere9901 @ Tuesday, May 28 2013, 01:23)|
Man, you could sure use an AA mod. Try SMAA injector or sweetFX.
I think you missed the bit where I said what graphics card I am running . The only "injection" my poor old GTX260 (old version) is capable of is a lethal injection. Not really a huge gamer anymore that is why I haven't upgraded in 5 years. I think this is the first time I have fired up GTA 4 in years.
|QUOTE (lh1 @ Tuesday, May 28 2013, 05:21)|
|So according to this link http://uk.linkedin.c...r?trk=pub-pbmap|
Rockstar Leeds is INDEED working on GTA V. While no platform is announced, it is referable to the previous job listing where they stated they were looking for someone to help Rockstar Leeds to develop NEXT GEN PC games back in February 2012.
I think anyone with a level head would come to the conclusion there will be a PC version. You don't port a game engine to a platform and then only use that engine for 2 games (GTA 4 and Max Payne 3). When GTA 4 was doing the rounds there was real worry that the PC wouldn't get the game. A lot of that fear came down to the fact Rockstar were using a new engine. I think at the time most were doubtful that Rockstar would commit resources to port the game engine to the PC.
This time around things are different, they have the game engine "running" on the PC it will be far less work for Rockstar to port GTA 5 to the PC than it was to port GTA 4. Not to mention the fact that the PC version opens up the way to doing an Xbone and PS4 version. According to Mark Cerny (chief PS4 guru) porting stuff from the PC to PS4 takes only a matter of weeks instead of months, the architecture is THAT similar now.
If you are still asking yourself "will there be a PC version ?" then you are asking the wrong question. You should be asking yourself "when will there be a PC version ?".