GTA V for PC details drop ahead of March 24 release

Rockstar Games has dropped the details for Grand Theft Auto V for PC, as well as a gallery of several screenshots. The title will be released on March 24, a date shift that Rockstar has apologized for. According to the company, this change was due to needing a little extra time for "testing and polish", and Rockstar says it will make sure the few extra weeks of waiting will ultimately be worth it for gamers. We've got the system specs after the jump.

When GTA V for PC arrives gamers will also get access to GTA Online for PC and Online Heists. The PC game will run at up to 4k resolution (as well as 1080p at 60fps), and will offer support for up to a trio of monitors and NVIDIA's 3D Vision. Editing tools will be coming via Rockstar Editor.

In order to play the game, PC users will need to be running at least Windows Vista 64-bit Service Pack 2 (ideally with an NVIDIA card). Other minimum requirements include an Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q660 (2.4GHz) or an AMD Phenom 9850 quad-core (2.5GHz). You'll need at least 4GB of memory and 65GB of storage space.

As far as graphics go, you'll need at least an AMD HD 4870 1GB or an NVIDIA 9800 GT 1GB. The sound card will need to be entirely DirectX 10 compatible. Of course, the recommended specs are a bit higher, with Rockstar saying it is best if users are running at least Windows 7 SP1 and an Intel Core i5 3.2Ghz/AMD X8 FX-8350 processor, among other things.

SOURCE: Rockstar Games