GTA V PC release date countdown with eye candy

We are counting down to the highly anticipated GTA V PC release date, after an extremely long and excruciating wait. Rockstar has now given PC users some eye candy in the build-up to launch, with some amazing new GTA V PC screenshots showing off Los Santos in quality that isn’t possible on next-gen consoles.

Rockstar has unleashed no fewer than 15 new screenshots for GTA V on PC, all of them are pretty mouth-watering in terms of visuals compared to what we have seen from console versions so far.

The developer has also taken the opportunity to remind PC owners that if they intend on getting the Digital version of the game, they’ll need to do so before Tuesday March 31 in order to claim the bonus GTA $ in-game.

An extra $1 million for GTA Online is a pretty nice amount, allowing players to get some luxury vehicles straight away once the game goes live.


We’re still waiting to see the final GTA V PC launch trailer, with Rockstar promsing that it is on the way and coming next.

For now, feast your eyes at the eye candy over at Rockstar’s Newswire and tell us how excited you are about the upcoming PC release.

It’s been a long wait, but are you still very excited when thinking about mod potential?

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Written by Alan Ng

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