Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Rockstar Games Gets Their Own Launcher for PC

Rockstar Games announced their own PC game launcher and offering copy of GTA: San Andreas for free!

Joining trend of having their own Windows desktop application like many AAA- publishers, Rockstar Games have announced their digital games launcher for PC today to make it a one stop access for all your games in a single library.

To celebrate debut of their new client, players will be able to claim a free copy of classic 2004 action-adventure title Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for a limited time after successfully installing Rockstar Games launcher for PC platform.

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Rockstar Games Gets Their Own Launcher for PC

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Once you are finished downloading and done with installation process, the launcher will ask to scan your PC for any existing Rockstar title upon login and then add them to client, which will be needed to play those games from now on.

Any saves for your current games would make it to the launcher and you will be linked to Rockstar Social Club account for cloud saves. Automatic updates are also available as a regular feature that you see on any other standard client.

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Aside from shopping through your desktop app, all previously purchased physical games and titles bought from other digital stores like Steam can be integrated into one collection for your convenience with new features to come soon.

Titles that are currently supported in Rockstar launcher are Bully: Scholarship Edition, Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto V, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, L.A. Noire, L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files and Max Payne 3.

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Rockstar Games PC Launcher UI

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For long, Steam digital distribution storefront from Valve Corporation has served as a primary hub for gamers to have their PC titles at one place before apps like Bethesda.net, Origin of Electronic Arts and Uplay from Ubisoft came along.

Now a days, every major video game publisher are trying to push consumers to their own digital outlets ever since Epic Games Store has come to play and Rockstar Games is just joining that flow without breaking any major mold.