here ya goI can't read it; what was the result? lol
Many users are clearly eager to get their hands on Grand Theft Auto V, even more so when it comes to the PC. So much so, that thousands of players are willing to download a huge 18GB file that promised to be the game, then install it, then wonder why their computers are pillaged by viruses.
Are these people idiots? No doubt about it! Downloading a torrent of a game that hasnt even been announced for PC, let alone released is madness. Yet for all their foolishness, these fools were fooled by the best as the torrent in question not only looked like a legit file, but also acted like one. It was verified, has a high SEO ranking (comes out near the top on Google search) and the installer looked legit right up until the last moment when it asks you to fill out your private details on a website in return for a serial key.
Of course when you complete your 18GB download, hand over your private data and allow what I can only assume to be 18GB of spyware to run loose on your system, you still dont get to play GTA V PC why am I not surprised. I also suspect Rockstar might not be in such a rush to pull this one from download sites, its the ultimate honey pot and Im amazed people fell for it.
Lesson of the day: If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.
Lol. Didn't they refuse to put Red Dead Redemption on PC because it was so badly coded, it would have to be completely rewritten. Rockstar needs to hire better programmers. ^_^
Probably a little from column A and a little from column B. Leaks of the games files have all but confirmed a PS4 and PC version are in the works.I don't know if it's necessarily entitlement or just wanting the game now and not six months down the road.