In the latest update via the Rockstar Games newswire it has been announced that the long awaited Online Heists will be coming to all versions of the game on March 10th and that the PC version of GTA V, which was meant to release March 24th, has now been pushed back once again to now release on April 14th.


Online Heists are a 4-player cooperative mode where players and three of their friends can plan and execute a heist. The heists can be multi-part all across Los Santos and are meant to be similar to the different heists that you participated in as the three protagonists during the main story of the game.

GTA V for PC will now be coming on April 14th to retail and as digital download. Rockstar also apologises to PC gamers world wide who have been waiting patiently for the release of the PC version of the game and they ask for just a few more weeks to make sure that GTA Online and GTA Heists are working perfectly for when the game launches. For all PC gamers who pre-ordered the game they will be recieving an additional $200,000 cash for their GTA Online characters, which user “agent_TACO” in the comments points out that for a GTA V PC pre-order ” there is already 500,000 SP and 500,000 Online + 300,000 additional I assume in total with this 200,000 we should have 1,000,000 for online”.

Rockstar says that the PC version is going to be the most graphically and technically advanced version of the game and has PC specific features such as greater levels of details, lots of configuration options and 4K support as well as a editor for recording the game in engine. Rockstar also asks that when the game does arrive to contact their Support which they will be monitoring closely.

What do you all think of GTA V for PC getting pushed back again? When did you preorder it and how long have you been waiting? Are you looking forward to participating in heists with your friends?

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I have been playing all kinds of games for as long as I can remember with a particular interest in action adventure and platforming titles. While I am primarily an Xbox gamer I also spend a fair bit of time on the PS4 and on my PC in VR.