Grand Theft Auto V

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Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V cover
Developers
Rockstar North
Rockstar San Diego[1]
Rockstar Leeds[1]
Rockstar Toronto[1]
Rockstar New England[1]
Rockstar London[1]
Publishers
Rockstar Games
Russia 1C-SoftClub
Engines
RAGE[2]
Release dates
April 14, 2015
Reception
Metacritic 96
OpenCritic 96
IGDB 96
Taxonomy
Series Grand Theft Auto
Resources
PCGamingWiki
Apple Silicon Games
Codeweavers
WineHQ
Grand Theft Auto V on HowLongToBeat
Grand Theft Auto V on IGDB
Grand Theft Auto V guide on StrategyWiki
Grand Theft Auto V on MobyGames
Grand Theft Auto V on Wikipedia

macOS Compatibility

Compatibility layer Rating Notes
CrossOver Perfect need use nightly ver of crossover to get Rockstar games launcher to work and that some ver fix keyboard lag[3],[4]
Wine Perfect
Virtualization
Parallels Playable Poor framerates on M1 chip, but playable. Online multiplayer unplayable. Directx 10 seems to work better than 10.1 and 11.[5]

Availability[edit]

See PCGamingWiki for Windows and/or Linux availability.

Gameplay videos[edit]


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Credits (GTA V) - WikiGTA - The Complete Grand Theft Auto Walkthrough - last accessed on 2016-10-29
  2. The tech that built an empire: how Rockstar created the world of GTA 5 | News | TechRadar
  3. {{{title}}} - last accessed on 2021-06-18
  4. Verified by User:bruhbola21 on November 5, 2021
    Device: M1 Max MacBook Pro 16" 2021 64 GB RAM
    OS: macOS Monterey 12.0.1
    Method: Crossover 21
    Store: Heroic Launcher (Epic Games)
    Resolution: 3456 x 2234 120Hz
    Settings: Highest
    Framerate: Ranging from 40-55 FPS
    Comment: This only applies to Story Mode, I haven't tested GTA Online performance (edited)
  5. Verified by User:MrMacRight on 27-October-2021
    Device: MacBook Pro 16 M1 32-core GPU
    Method: Parallels 17
    Store: Steam
    Resolution: 1080p
    Settings: Normal
    Framerate: 30~34