While the trailer for Grand Theft Auto 6 didn’t exactly launch as expected, the fact that nothing has been said about a PC version is disappointingly normal for Rockstar. It was the same with Red Dead Redemption 2: the game’s official announcement came in October 2016 solely for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC gamers had to wait three years to hear the news that they’d get to eventually play the game.
The thing is, in this day and age, there’s just no good reason for such a delay.
In years past, developers ignored certain platforms because the hardware simply wasn’t up to the task of handling the game or the internals were so marked differently to the main target that the amount of work required to convert the code just wasn’t financially viable.
This simply isn’t the case anymore, as the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S are essentially just AMD mini-PCs. The APU that powers those consoles isn’t anywhere near as potent as a PC sporting a Ryzen 7 7800X3D and Radeon RX 7900 XTX…