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Thursday, 07 August 2008 11:46

GTA IV coming to PC

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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In Europe on 21st of November

 

Rockstar Games announced that Grand Theft Auto IV will come to the PC in November. It will hit U.S. shelves on the 18th of November, whereas Europe will have to wait until the 21st of the same month.

The last sequel to the ultra-popular Grand Theft Auto series is set in Liberty City and literally bursting with gaming goodies. In this version you’ll find all the details from the consoles, as well as a newly expanded multiplayer mode.

Rockstar Games HQ says they’re all working round the clock to bring this game to PCs in its full glory, and that they can’t be more excited. Apart from that they claim that the PC version looks really nice, and that its gameplay rocks (no pun intended).

More here.

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