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.

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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


Story yay, online nay

MrBongoGT | April 22, 2015 | See all MrBongoGT's reviews »

Well lets split this into two categories, Story and Online.

Story: I loved the story, the combination of the 3 characters how you need to switch between them to do certain roles in missions is extremely interesting. I wish there was more of it as it feels like there was really only maybe a handful of missions that took advantage of it, out of the 70 or so missions there were. There are a plethora of cars, boats, and planes/helicopters. There are some side missions labeled something like strangers and freaks I believe. If you want to get 100% not only do you have to do these, you must get "gold", as well as requiring leveling your stamina (and possibly other stats) to finish them. I found that nice because there was really no point in leveling up your stamina on trevor. Optimization is great for me. I run a gtx 680 and never dipped below 60fps EXCEPT for under water but I was watching NBA playoffs on my 2nd monitor at the same time. On land, even while watching NBA, my fps was still at 60 so take it as you wish. I decided to put the game on my HDD due to its size but thankfully there was really only 1 load screen. I dread collectibles in any game but I love it when they show you where they are like in far cry for example. I wish they would have done that here. You can find them online but its just easier with a tracker in game.

Online: I was disappointed. Races are boring. Missions are boring. Free Roam is boring. Heists are boring. Lobbies keep dropping all players which requires joining a new sessions (more load times yay). Heists missions bugged out for me requiring me to do them a couple times because I fell through the ground at the end.

And finally, the biggest issue, no mod support. I was looking for an altis life clone from arma 3 into gta 5. I can understand why they did it. They dont want to disrupt their micro transactions. If modding was allowed then people would have billions of dollars. There already is a mod that lets you sell cars for 1million each time. I'm not sure if you can use the same character from PC on consoles (same rockstar account so I'd assume its the same, especially since console characters carried over). There is another problem, high levels everywhere, that makes free roam even worse.

Anyways I'd give the story 10/10 but online a 5/10.


Worth every penny

hongfeiwang | April 21, 2015 | See all hongfeiwang's reviews »

GTA V is such an amazing game and succeeds in most of what it wants to do. Gameplay is so fun and it doesn't feel like the game is restricting you, forcing you to do certain things, instead what you get is complete freedom to do whatever you want. Having played the Xbox 360 version of this game, I was reluctant to purchase the PC version having to weight 18 months before the PC release. However, Rockstar didn't disappoint. The game graphics had been dramatically improved and is absolutely stunning especially viewing the sunset at Los Santos. GTA online ran flawlessly for me, allowing me to transfer my character from the 360 to the PC. I totally recommend this game as it gives you hundreds, if not thousands of hours of gameplay and it doesn't feel repetitive. Great job Rockstar!


Finally here, and it's great.

SIERRA11789 | April 17, 2015 | See all SIERRA11789's reviews »

I originally played GTA V on 360, but could never really get into it due to me having issues playing with a low resolution on the telly, I liked the game, I loved the gameplay and I enjoyed the story. The game has now arrived to PC as the complete package including 60 fps, First Person mode, new weapons & vehicles and a functioning multiplayer (thanks for play-testing PS3, 360, PS4 & XONE owners ;) ) the game is perfect in every way imaginable, cannot recommend highly enough, even if you own a console version, as long as you enjoy the core concept of open world 3d/1st person shooter, then you will love this (again, albeit improved) 9/10.


It took a while, but it's awesome.

Snotnarok | April 16, 2015 | See all Snotnarok's reviews »

I've never played GTA V on other devices, didn't really see much footage of it till the day before the PC release and it was everything from how solid the port was to how much they did right and how great it's gonna be. I'm a fan of GTA though I've avoided it since GTA IV, that was a mixed bag and just didn't give me the same fun 2,3,VC had. I've played a bit and I'll separate them by general and online. So, keep that in mind that I only played a few hours of SA and while I beat 4, I also would happily never play it again.

General: This port, unlike GTAIV is amazing, they have a lot of options to tweak and adjust, from very in depth graphical options, sound options, you can use mouse & keboard or switch to a controller- on the fly. So if you like driving/flying with a controller but shooting with a mouse and kb? Easily done! Everyone has always wondered what GTA would be like in first person, obvious from the mods some have made and installed, now it's in the game by default and they went ALL out. Get into a car and you're treated to- not some floating cam on the hood of the car but a fully modeled interior of the car! In first person you can run around and do everything as normal, and there's an option to switch to 3rd person if you use cover.

Graphically the game is wildly pretty, as stated car interiors are fully modeled and look great, there's a variety of areas to visit with different areas. The map is huge, it's not Just Cause 2 huge but it's impressively large. Runs at 60fps at 1080p with everything mostly on highest (exceptions being not putting every AA option on, PC specs at end of review)

Online: This is hit or miss, you start out making a character with a unique styled character creator which ...while neat, makes the process more complicated than it needs to be.

Here's what I hated: I played with some random people for a few hours and I would charitably describe them as lively. Being called several names over voice then attacked, then again more name calling- and you'll be defending yourself too because Rockstar thought it'd be in your best interest to point out all players actively on the mini-map and map. So if you want to just try and do some things and there's 1 jerk? He can hunt all players down. They DO mark people who do this by making their dot more and more red and 'good' players are encouraged to hunt them, but it's not any less annoying. They already have tactics where they will hit you to make you kill them, now they know you killed you once and now they will single you out and chase you down till you move servers. 20 minutes into online while I try and learn the game and 1 jerk decided to do this to me, unknown that I was now marked with a big 1 on my dot telling him where I was at all times.

Only made worse by how fast you die, I'm sure this was more geared how it was on console where using sticks was a bit harder to aim but with a mouse you can kill a player in a few bullets, a headshot being instant from what I could tell. So, guy power slides over, stops for just long enough to shoot you in the face, drive to where you spawned and try it again, while each death being followed by some uncreative insult or you blow his face off and blow his tires out.

Thankfully you can make private matches with friends or alone, you can even still have players online hop into events such as racing if you let them into the event/not your world. In events they tell what control scheme each player is using mouse/controller and you can limit the game to who can use what or not.

To put it simply, you can find a lot in this game because you can do so freaking much. Want to play story missions? Go for it. Death match with friends or randoms? Sure. Play TENNIS with friends? Pool? Race Jets? Arm wrestle? Race? Steal cars, hunt, shoot eachother on the street, hunt bounties, kill innocents, buy property. Yeah, a lot for you to decide, it's a top quality port to boot so I can't say enough about this game. Regardless of where you buy this game you WILL need the Rockstar Social Club, keep that in mind.

Intel i7 4770k 3.5ghz 8gb ram Geforce GTX 970 Windows 8.1 64bit


Best GTA yet!

vishiousx | April 16, 2015 | See all vishiousx's reviews »

This game is by far the best GTA. With it now on the PC it looks absolutely amazing and runs perfectly on my gaming PC. I have never had so much run driving around the streets just smashing into random things, and thats only the least destructive thing I do. I cannot tell you how much fun it is to destroy everything. 100/100 would destruct again