Grand Theft Auto V Coming To PC This Fall According To Nvidia

By Ishaan . August 13, 2013 . 10:30am

Grand Theft Auto V is reportedly coming to PC this fall, according to Nvidia’s senior director of Investor Relations, Chris Evenden.


In an earnings call transcribed by Seeking Alpha (via: Polygon), Evenden discussed ongoing changes in the PC market, that are being affected by PC gamers. Evenden went on to explain that PC gamers are preparing their systems for upcoming titles slated for this fall, such as Call of Duty: Ghosts, Grand Theft Auto V and Assassin’s Creed IV.


Evenden’s statement has credibility behind it as Nvidia are working with Ubisoft on optimizing Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag for Nvidia hardware. In the past, the company has also worked in partnership with Activision on the Call of Duty series. Nvidia have not, however, announced any such partnership with GTA developer Rockstar yet.


On the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Grand Theft Auto V will launch September 15th.


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  • Lloyd Christmas

    Glad the PC people can enjoy this now. I still plan on getting it for the PS3 though.

    • passthegrenadeplease

      My sentiments exactly. The more games that make there way to other platforms, the better. Exclusivity be damned.

      • Kai2591

        Down with exclusivity!
        *throws molotov cocktail onto wall*

  • Tatsuya1221

    Glad to hear this, If i get it, it will be for the pc, after all, i won’t be able to drive the batmobile or fight the zombie hordes on the consoles.

  • Wade Hargrove

    hell yeah!
    finally, rock star!

  • $36487238

    :-) HELL YEAH! Finally!

    Better amp up the computer then. >:-) GTA V…. oh yeah!

  • Kai2591

    My Nvidia Geforce 670 is ready.

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