Here we go again!
Rockstar Games has released its PC launcher just if you don’t have an excessive number of on your PC as of now. This time, be that as it may, the people who download it will get probably the best game in the Grand Theft Auto arrangement at no charge.
The new Rockstar Games PC Launcher is accessible to download for Windows on Tuesday. Introducing the launcher will likewise include an advanced duplicate of GTA: San Andreas to the library for free.
The PC version supported via the Rockstar Games Launcher is:
Grand Theft Auto V
Max Payne 3
L.A. Noire Bully: Scholarship Edition Grand Theft Auto III
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas L.A.
Noire: The VR Case Files (supported, but not available for purchase)
The games not currently supported at the moment are:
Grand Theft Auto IV
Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City
Grand Theft Auto 2 Grand Theft
Auto Max Payne Max Payne 2: The Fall Of Max Payne
Manhunt Midnight Club 2
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Users will require a Rockstar Games Social Club record to begin. The launcher underpins a few games from Rockstar, including GTA V, GTA III, LA Noire, Bully: Scholarship Edition, Max Payne 3 and GTA: Vice City. In any case, clients should buy these games utilizing the program’s store. There’s likewise an alternative to purchasing GTA Online Shark Cash cards, which are the online multiplayer’s in-game money.
“It’ll also no doubt spark hope that Red Dead Redemption II is finally making its way to PC. But while it is probably an important step towards that Rockstar still hasn’t announced anything official and it’s impossible to guess when they might.”
With Rockstar’s consistently developing popularity, because of the progressing achievement of Grand Theft Auto Online and Red Dead Online on consoles, having their very own launcher for PC games bodes well.
Rockstar plans for the launcher to have more highlights later on, for example, cloud recoveries and programmed refreshes.
A Reddit string about the news has a few users saying the launcher will open at whatever point they attempt to open a Rockstar game they possess on Steam.
Rockstar Games didn’t give an end date to the free duplicate of GTA: San Andreas or when the launcher would come to Mac IOs.
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