Grand Theft Auto 5 gets leaked PC system requirements

GTA 5 logoA brand new report has appeared online containing the minimum and recommended PC requirements for Grand Theft Auto 5, but bear in mind that this is still a rumor and, as of right now, Rockstar hasn't offered any details.

Grand Theft Auto 5 already launched on PS3 and Xbox 360 back in September of 2013 and last month it rolled out onto the PS4 and Xbox One. The title was supposed to appear on the PC at the same time but Rockstar delayed it in order to put in some extra work and ensure that it's going to delight fans.

Earlier this month, the studio mentioned that it was going to announce the minimum and recommended system specifications for GTA 5 on PC but, since then, nothing was heard about them.

Now, on Turkish website RockstarTurk a set of minimum and recommended requirements have appeared, supposedly for GTA 5 on PC.

As you can see below, the specs are quite low and the game requires just 20GB of space, which is surprising, considering that on the PS4 or Xbox One the game needs around 44GB of space for all the improved textures.

The game also requires a 64-bit operating system starting with Windows 7 or higher, not to mention at least 4GB of RAM.

Check out the specs below but bear in mind that this is still a report and hasn't been confirmed by Rockstar.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: computer games, GTA

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