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Tuesday, 13 August 2013 08:07

GTA V coming to PC this fall

Written by Fudzilla staff

Nvidia spills the beans

Just a week after it revealed the existence of a Surface RT 2, Nvidia spilled the beans on an upcoming release that someone could actually care about.

In a recent earnings call Nvidia’s senior director of investor relations Chris Evenden said gamers are preparing their rigs for a few big titles coming this fall, including GTA V, Call of Duty: Ghosts and Assassin’s Creed IV, reports Crave.

GTA V is scheduled to hit the console universe in mid-September, so it appears that PC gamers won’t have to wait long to get their hands on the latest instalment of Rockstar’s gore filled franchise.

It remains to be seen what the actual hardware requirements will be, but both Nvidia and AMD are refreshing their GPU line-up as we speak, so there should be no shortage of attractive new products or discounted cards from yesteryear.

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