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GTA 5 PC Release Date – Xbox One and PS4 New Features

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It seems that the GTA 5: Xbox One version and GTA 5: PlayStation 4 version will have a surprise this week, as Rockstar released a new tweak before the PC version release. Without any doubts, GTA 5 is one of the games that have a lot of players who continuously look for in-game exploits and glitches in order to make a good amount of in-game money or to earn special items.

With only one week before the launch of GTA 5: PC, Rockstar has released a new feature that will punish all the users who are trying to transfer a rare single player mode car into the GTA Online. The car we’re talking about is the Imponte Duke O’Death and it is only for the single player mode of the GTA 5. With other words, you can’t find this car on GTA Online. This car was added to those who owned a copy of GTA 5 on their Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 and have upgraded to the new-gen consoles.

However, in case you’ve pre-ordered the GTA 5: PC version, you will get an in-game bonus of 1.200.000 dollars + 300.000 dollars.

In case you’re thinking if GTA 5: PC will run smoothly on your device, then we will give you an idea about the minimum and the recommended PC settings for GTA 5.

GTA 5: PC requirements

Minimum requirements

OS: Windows 7 x64bits with SP1, Windows Vista x64bits with SP2, Windows 8 x64bits, Windows 8.1 x64bits
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q600 clocked at 2.40GHz or AMD Phenom 9850 Quad-Core processor clocked at 2.5GHz
RAM: 4GB of RAM
GPU(video card): NVIDIA 9800 GT with 1GB of RAM or AMD HD 4870 with 1GB of RAM
Sound Card: Compatible with DirectX 10
HDD space: 65GB
DVD Drive

Recommended specifications

OS: Windows 7 x64bits SP1, Windows 8 x64bits, Windows 8.1 x64bits
CPU: Intel Core i5 3470 clocked at 3.2GHz or AMD X8 FX-8350 clocked at 3GHz
RAM: 8GB of RAM
GPU(video card): NVIDIA GTX 660 with 2GB of Ram or AMD HD7870 with 2GB of RAM
Sound Card: Compatible with DirectX 10
HDD space: 65GB
DVD Drive

Transferring GTA 5 characters from consoles to PC

In case you are already playing GTA 5 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 3, then you should know that you can transfer your GTA Online character to the PC version without having to start all over again.

You will be able to keep playing with your existing character from the GTA 5 console versions, but any progress made after the transfer will remain only on the played consoles.

GTA 5: PC Release date

GTA 5: PC version will be released on April 14, 2015 and will be available both digitally and physically.