The full gamut of graphics options have been unveiled ahead of Grand Theft Auto V’s PC release next week. There’s noticeably more graphics options than the dodgy PC port of GTA IV, providing support for multiple forms of anti aliasing, and of course the opportunity for ultra-crisp 4K resolution.

It’s no secret by now that the PC version of GTA 5 will be the best looking going, but a glimpse at these graphics options reveals we’ll have a whole bunch of options to tweak to gain optimum performance from our gaming machines.

Grand Theft Auto 5 PC Video Graphics Options Settings Screen

  • Screen Type
  • Resolution
  • Aspect Ratio
  • Refresh Rate
  • Output Monitor
  • FXAA
  • MSAA
  • Nvidia TXAA
  • VSync
  • Pause Game on Focus Loss
  • Population Density
  • Population Variety
  • Distance Scaling
  • Texture Quality
  • Shader Quality
  • Shadow Quality
  • Reflection Quality
  • Reflection MSAA
  • Water Quality
  • Particles Quality
  • Grass Quality
  • Soft Shadows 
  • Post FX


Grand Theft Auto 5 PC Control Options Settings Screen

  • Mouse Input Method
  • Mouse Look Sensitivity
  • Invert Mouse Look
  • Toggle Aim
  • Default Mouse Driving Control
  • Default Mouse Flying Control
  • Default Mouse Submarine Control
  • Mouse Driving Sensitivity
  • Mouse Heli Sensitivity
  • Mouse Submarine Sensitivity
  • Invert Mouse Flying
  • Invert Mouse Submarine
  • Auto Center Mouse on Bikes
  • Auto Center Mouse on Cars
  • Auto Center Mouse in Aircraft

Grand Theft Auto V is out next week, April 14th, on PC. If you pre-order a copy you can already begin your pre-load now

Make sure your PC is ready for GTA V but checking out its official system requirements over on its game page, where you can find the latest information, benchmarks, trailers, and more. 

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