Grand Theft Auto V
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GTA V review
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When a young street rogue, a retired bank robber and a dangerous psychopath find themselves embroiled in a showdown with the most frightening and crazy members of the criminal world, the US government and the entertainment industry, they must carry out a series of risky raids to survive in a ruthless city where they cannot be trusted. to anyone - and first of all to each other.
Grand Theft Auto V for PC lets gamers explore the famous world of Los Santos and Blaine County in up to 4k and 60fps resolution.
The game offers many PC-unique settings, including over 25 individual parameters for adjusting the quality of textures, shaders, tessellation, anti-aliasing and more, as well as support and customization of keyboard and mouse controls. Additional features include a city population slider that controls traffic density and pedestrian traffic, dual and triple monitor support, 3D support, and plug-and-play functionality for gamepads.
Grand Theft Auto V for PC also includes Grand Theft Auto Online with support for 30 players and two spectators. Grand Theft Auto Online for PC includes all of the previously released gameplay improvements and Rockstar-created content, including the recently released Heists Update and Adversary Mode, available from Day One.
The PC versions of Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online feature a first-person view that gives you an even closer look at the incredibly authentic world of Los Santos and Blaine County.
Grand Theft Auto V for PC introduces the Rockstar Editor, a collection of powerful creative tools to quickly and easily record, edit, and publish videos from Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The Director Mode available in the Rockstar Editor allows players to create their own scenes featuring famous characters from Story Mode, pedestrians, and even animals. In addition to the advanced camera control system, editing modes, including fast and slow playback, and a number of camera filters, players can add music from the GTA V radio station library and dynamically change the intensity of the game's music playback. The finished videos can be easily uploaded directly from the Rockstar Editor to YouTube or the Rockstar Games Social Club.
The game's soundtrack writers, The Alchemist and Oh No, are back as hosts for a new radio station called The Lab FM, which broadcasts new and exclusive music from these authors based on the game's original soundtrack. The station's guests include Earl Sweatshirt, Freddie Gibbs, Little Dragon, Killer Mike, Sam Herring from Future Islands and other musicians. Plus, players can explore Los Santos and Blaine County with their chosen music - thanks to the new Self Radio, which plays player-generated soundtracks.
To access these exclusive content, you must register with the Social Club. More details can be found at http://rockstargames.com/V/bonuscontent.
GTA V has become a cult game. This is an adventure with shootings, chases, plot twists and choices you need to make in the right place. GTA V hasn't lost its relevance over the years. At least because there has not yet appeared another action in the open world, comparable in scale and elaboration. This is the most complete, technologically advanced and merely the coolest version of the game-phenomenon.
Replay Value 4
A perfectly working concept of the three main characters
The setting of dialogues and cut scenes
Plenty of opportunities for non-plotting entertainment
High level of interactivity
You might get bored after some time of playing