An alleged Grand Theft Auto V PC settings screen has surfaced, revealing what manner of graphical options we’ll be able to tweak once Rockstar’s open-world crime spree hits PC later this month. The leak also includes a couple of screenshots comparing the Low vs High graphics quality settings.
Of course these leaked images need to be taken with a barrel-full of salt and could in all likelihood be fake, but the leaker, dubbed ‘Neon’, was apparently running GTA V on a PC configured with a GeForce GTX 770 graphics card and an Intel Core i5-3570K CPU. The leaked settings screen reveals what graphics options were required to hit a steady 60 frames per second in GTA 5 at 1080p resolution.
Now this settings screen is different to the one that surfaced a few days ago on the net, and we're giving this one a little more credence thanks to the proper in-game comparison screenshots. Still, that by no means confirms that this is legit, but we're just a few weeks out from launch now so we'd expect some people to have their hands on it.
Grand Theft Auto 5 PC Video Options Screen
GTA 5 Low Graphics Settings
GTA V High Graphics Settings
As you can see there isn't the grandest of differences between Low and High settings. It's hard to make out but there's marginally more detail in the bottom picture and a greater draw distance, but those who may be forced to run GTA5 on Low settings probably won't be missing out too much.
Whether these leaked screenshots are real or not we won't have to wait long to find out, as Grand Theft Auto 5 is out on PC in just over a fortnights time, on January 27th worldwide. In case you missed it, we are running a GTA V PC Game giveaway competition you should also check out.