As is customary when announcing such delays, Ubisoft says the extra time will allow it to add additional polish and deliver a smooth experience across a variety of PC hardware.
The PC version will include all the content from the PS4/Xbox One version, plus all the DLC release till date. It is priced Rs 989 on Steam.
The developer-publisher said it will use the extra weeks to further test and polish the game and promised that the PC version will be accompanied by the 30-player GTA Online, complete with Online Heists.
The PC version will be available at retail and for digital purchase via Steam. It will support high PC resolutions, and upgraded textures for backgrounds and in-game objects.
The big news is that, unlike FIFA 14, the PC version will be at par with the PS4 and Xbox One versions, and will run on the EA Sports Ignite engine.
The PC version requires at least an Intel Core i7 (or equivalent) CPU and 50 GB of hard drive space.
PC version to feature DX11 support, 3D compatibility, and customisable visual and control settings.
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