GTA 5 PC pushed back to April, online Heists confirmed for March
Rockstar's pushed back the PC release of GTA 5 by another few weeks, but at least Online players finally know when they can get their sweet heisting action on. Rockstar also released a bunch of high-resolution screenshots showing off the new Heists, which you can see by clicking through above.
GTA 5 will release on PC on April 14 worldwide, both in retail and for download. It was originally set to release on January 27, about two months after it hit PS4 and Xbox One, though it was pushed back to March 24 a few weeks before then. Those who pre-ordered the PC version will receive an extra $200,000 for use in GTA Online. Taken together with the other pre-order bonuses, that's quite a nest egg.
Speaking of GTA Online, multiplayer criminal enthusiasts can finally embark on long-awaited Heists starting on March 10. The initial slate of Heists will include five separate 'story strands', each with multiple missions for four-player teams to undertake in pursuit of big payouts.
Rockstar says it will reveal more details about the launch of Heists and associated features in the coming weeks.
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