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Monday, 15 September 2008 15:57

GTA 4 for PC gets recommended configuration

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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No mention of Vista

 

PC versions of GTA traditionally launch after PS ones, and this time it’s no different. The wait will be over on November 18th when PC owners will get the chance to jump in and immerse themselves in some GTA experience – and I truly do think that immerse is the right term when we’re talking about this game.

The recommended configuration is Windows XP SP2 (funny, not Vista?), Dual-core processor (Pentium D or better), 2GB of RAM, 18GB of free hard disc space, Direct3D 10 compatible graphics card with 512MB of memory, or Direct3D 9 card compatible with shader and a DVD-ROM dual-layer drive.

Shacknews.com reports that the game will come with expanded multiplayer component, improved graphics and a gameplay clip editing suite, and although they link gamesforwindows.com as a source for recommended specs, they were apparently taken off at press time.

 

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