Grand Theft Auto V

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Customer notes

This game will be delivered as a Rockstar Games Social Club redemption code. Customers will require a free Rockstar Games Social Club account to play.

"In preparation for launch, Rockstar Games has come across an issue with Windows usernames containing certain characters. Here is a solution for anyone that may be affected by this issue:


"There is no doubt that this is the definitive version of one of the best games in this decade. The Online Heists are guaranteed laughs and the campaign is still perfect as always." [Atomix]

"Sure, the Rockstar Social Club is an annoying hoop to jump through, and hardware fragmentation poses problems for some. But for those with the hardware to run it, GTA V serves as a testament to the PC platform's superiority, and a reminder that good things come to those that wait." [AusGamers]

"There is simply no argument to be had. The PC release of GTA V is by far the very best version of the very best Grand Theft Auto game to date." [Gameplanet]

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When a young street hustler, a retired bank robber and a terrifying psychopath find themselves entangled with some of the most frightening and deranged elements of the criminal underworld, the U.S. government and the entertainment industry, they must pull off a series of dangerous heists to survive in a ruthless city in which they can trust nobody, least of all each other.

Grand Theft Auto V for PC features a range of major visual and technical upgrades to make Los Santos and Blaine County more immersive than ever. In addition to vastly increased draw distances, Grand Theft Auto V for PC runs at 60FPS in 1080p, with the ability to display visuals in 4K resolution. Players will experience a range of additions and improvements including:

  • New weapons, vehicles and activities

  • Additional wildlife

  • Denser traffic

  • New foliage system

  • Enhanced damage and weather effects, and much more

All these features are enhanced by stunning resolution, dramatic improvements to lighting, shadows, and textures, and a smooth frame-rate.

The PC versions of Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online will also feature First Person Mode, giving players the chance to explore the incredibly detailed world of Los Santos and Blaine County in an entirely new way.

Grand Theft Auto V for PC also includes the new Rockstar Editor, which gives players a full suite of editing tools to create and publish gameplay clips direct to both Social Club and YouTube.

Grand Theft Auto V also comes with Grand Theft Auto Online, the dynamic and ever-evolving Grand Theft Auto universe. Enhancements to Grand Theft Auto Online for PC will include an increased player count, with online play for up to 30 players. All existing gameplay upgrades and Rockstar-developed content created since the original release of Grand Theft Auto Online will also be available for PC, with much more to come.


To reward loyal Grand Theft Auto V fans for playing on PC and experiencing a newer, more detailed version of Los Santos and Blaine County, Rockstar Games has an array of exclusive items specifically for these players returning from PlayStation®3 and Xbox 360 - with each of them connected to activities designed for them to experience the game's massive world in new and exciting ways. For more info about gaining access to exclusive content for returning players, please visit


Existing players on PlayStation®3, PlayStation®4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One will be able to transfer their Grand Theft Auto Online characters and progression to PC. For more information, please visit

Customer reviews


GREAT GAME! Still, so much potential and so much left desired!

aaron_maiden004 | June 26, 2015 | See all aaron_maiden004's reviews »

I enjoy this game so much, to the point where I would not play other games or start playing other game but immediately wanted to go back to Los Santos! The story is pretty good where it got my attention all the time, for the occasional out of place scenes and missions. Like, when *SPOILER ALERT* you get drugged and start falling down after being abducted by aliens. If was funny and if that was the intention then they succeeded. However where the game dulls down alot is when it come to the open world itself. With previous titles and older system games like Vice City and San Andreas, here you cannot do much but drive around, encounter random events that get repetitive. Also the majority of the buildings and houses can't be accessed really huge dissapointment. You can't be an ambulance driver, you can't be a cop, you can't enter buidlings or houses, you can't go into casinos, airports, there are so many things that have been limited by the game. The online portion does not get any better with poorly designed UI, game balancing, the super long process to choose missions, the lack of filtering of missions because everybody does the same mission to milk out RP and Money and so on. It gets boring having to die, respawn, die respawn, die and so on. Passive mode is a joke, you are protected from getting shot and exploded but it won't stop people from killing you by running you over, using water from fire trucks, crashing into you with planes, getting shot if you're in any type of vehicle and if your car is exploded with you in it you still die, making Passive Mode obsolete. Also there is no quick way to mute people, which most are annyoing children with squeaker voices or players with obnoxious wanna-be gangster slangs. As times goes by the missions give you less and less money and RP, a way to push you to do micro transactions with Rockstar's Shark Cards. In conclusion, GTA V is a beautiful game with good gameplay, entertaining activities, but still a messed up game that fails to deliver more for an open world, where previous and older games gave more, and online is just a mess not worth dealing with. Hope in future DLC the game developers realize how they can make this great better.


Best Open World Action Game Out There

Highlander9782 | June 25, 2015 | See all Highlander9782's reviews »

Rockstar made a great PC port of there game, and it is visually stunning and full of crazy insane things to do in Los Santos. Graphically, this is the best looking game on PC right now I think. There's not as much customization as I would have liked with the clothes for my character on GTA Online but its still good. There is plenty of fun to have with friends in this game, such as races, heists, and missions. I've noticed a decent amount of hackers running around in GTA Online killing people with rocket launchers and dropping millions of dollars but theres a way to not get killed by them if you in passive mode in the game. You use your smartphone in the game to accept missions, buy apartments and cars and numerous other transactions. The voice chat in the game can be used to gain RP such as pretending to yell at a storeowner when you're robbing his store or even singing in the shower in your apartment lol. There is still tons of content I haven't been able to do because there is so much. You can use the television in your apartment to watch some wierd mature cartoons and even as surveillance to see other players in action. If you liked the other GTA games, you're going to love this one. The only downside is that it takes Rockstar a long time for them to release content for this game, other than that, this is a definite buy, A+++


Kill everyone

Kane987245 | June 25, 2015 | See all Kane987245's reviews »

Get in your cars or just plain destroy them. It's mindless fun 24/7 and that is what GTA has always been about, with violence included. Not going to say it's among the best of the best or cream of the crop in video games, but this will certainly keep you occupied for hours on end. Pick it up and leave you mind at the start up button.


Great game, and great PC port

mizentrop | June 25, 2015 | See all mizentrop's reviews »

GTA V, is a good port - a very good one actually. I started with this since this isn't a small feat apparently, with broken games at launch that come with a zero-day patch. The game is pretty much bug-free and extremely well optimized for the PC, although you obviously need decent hardware to enjoy it to its fullest potential. As far as the game\ gameplay goes, Rockstar clearly knows what it's doing with next to limitless possibilities to enjoy the magnificent Los Santos - From going to a shooting range that improves your stats (no more shooting tires LOL), going to strip joints for the occasional lap-dance (and maybe more...), chilling out with a tennis or golf game, investing in the stock market, etc. etc. etc. The only thing that's a little annoying is the somewhat weak plot in comparison to GTA IV, but that is to be expected i guess. IMHO, this is without a doubt the best open-world sandbox game, and worth every penny.


Trevor makes this game an 11/10

Demadizz | June 22, 2015 | See all Demadizz's reviews »

Trevor is simply the best character ever introduced into video games. His dialogue alone makes this a 10/10, but the game play/ open world of course already made it a 10. So Trevor made this an 11. GTA V is simply a masterpiece, the graphics are simply immaculate and they balanced game play between the three main characters flawlessly. Also they added director mode and it's a blast, its a PC exclusive and it enables the players to create their own settings with some limitations however. All in all its a blast and you can sink 1000 + hours.