Grand Theft Auto V
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.
"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]
“The draw distance is phenomenal! Absolutely without exaggeration: PC gamers have rarely seen anything like this and outside of PC hardly anyone.” – [PC Games Hardware (Germany)]
“Grand Theft Auto V is a masterpiece of a game.” - [IGN]
"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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Grand Theft Auto V is Available Now for PC
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 offers players the option to explore the award-winning world of Los Santos and Blaine County in resolutions of up to 4k and beyond, as well as the chance to experience the game running at 60 frames per second.
The game offers players a huge range of PC-specific customization options, including over 25 separate configurable settings for texture quality, shaders, tessellation, anti-aliasing and more, as well as support and extensive customization for mouse and keyboard controls. Additional options include a population density slider to control car and pedestrian traffic, as well as dual and triple monitor support, 3D compatibility, and plug-and-play controller support.
Grand Theft Auto V for PC also includes Grand Theft Auto Online, with support for 30 players and two spectators. Grand Theft Auto Online for PC will include all existing gameplay upgrades and Rockstar-created content released since the launch of Grand Theft Auto Online, including Heists and Adversary modes.
The PC version of Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online features 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 brings the debut of the Rockstar Editor, a powerful suite of creative tools to quickly and easily capture, edit and share game footage from within Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. The Rockstar Editor’s Director Mode allows players the ability to stage their own scenes using prominent story characters, pedestrians, and even animals to bring their vision to life. Along with advanced camera manipulation and editing effects including fast and slow motion, and an array of camera filters, players can add their own music using songs from GTAV radio stations, or dynamically control the intensity of the game’s score. Completed videos can be uploaded directly from the Rockstar Editor to YouTube and the Rockstar Games Social Club for easy sharing.
Soundtrack artists The Alchemist and Oh No return as hosts of the new radio station, The Lab FM. The station features new and exclusive music from the production duo based on and inspired by the game’s original soundtrack. Collaborating guest artists include Earl Sweatshirt, Freddie Gibbs, Little Dragon, Killer Mike, Sam Herring from Future Islands, and more. Players can also discover Los Santos and Blaine County while enjoying their own music through Self Radio, a new radio station that will host player-created custom soundtracks.
Existing players on PlayStation®3, PlayStation®4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One are able to transfer their Grand Theft Auto Online characters and progression to PC. For more information, please visit rockstargames.com/gtaonline/charactertransfer.
The best open-world game to date.rdblock123 | Oct. 8, 2015 | See all rdblock123's reviews »
I exclusively play on PC, so when the newest instalment in the Grand Theft Auto series came out exclusively for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, I was more than a little disappointed. For many months I devoured each precious trickle of information on a prospective PC port for Grand Theft Auto V. When a release date was announced for a remastered version of the critically acclaimed open-world game was finally announced at E3 2014, I was ecstatic. Finally I would be able to experience this game everyone had been raving about. However, my trial was not over yet. The first release date of "Autumn 2014" got pushed back... and back... and back... until it was finally released on April 14th of 2015. Was it worth the wait? Yes. Oh most definitely yes. Grand Theft Auto V is set in the sprawling, sun-soaked metropolis of Los Santos, the GTA equivalent of real-world Los Angeles. The map is painted in great, masterful strokes that look beautiful when you admire it from a distance, but it is when you get up close that the game truly comes into its own. Rockstar's vision was obviously to create a game that accounts for all details. After a sunset cruise in Vinewood hills you will hear your engine cooling off with a ticking noise when you get out. Cops will pull wounded comrades out of the line of fire behind cars. When you drive a hybrid, you will hear the quiet electric engine until you reach a certain speed, at which point the petrol engine will take over with a roar. I have played this game for over 400 hours, and I am still finding details that blow my mind to this day. For example, a friend of mine decided to rob a shop in the online mode to be able to buy ammo. He went in with a sawn-off shotgun that he didn't have any ammunition for and aimed it at the guy behind the counter, who proceeded to freak out and beg him not to shoot. While he was aiming he accidentally attempted to shoot the gun. The cashier heard the click that signified the gun was not loaded, and pulled out his own gun from behind the counter and shot my friend dead. The singleplayer campaign is a brilliant, exciting, blockbuster heist movie with constant action. Gone are the days are going bowling with cousin, or doing boring fetch quest for hours on end. No, in this game you will find yourself robbing banks, rappelling down high-rise buildings in daring heists, and shooting yourself out of drug deals gone wrong. Complementing this constant action is the ability to switch between three characters. Michael, an old, weathered criminal who doesn't quite find the Los-Santos life as appealing as he thought it was, Franklin, a gangster aspiring to escape the two-bit lifestyle, and Trevor, a psychopath. The plot primarily consists of the three forming a crew, and performing a series of heists that make the main missions of the story. Each of them has a role to play, which means that once a certain character has performed their part in the heist, you can switch to another. This keeps you in constant action throughout almost all story missions. The game runs extremely well on a wide range of systems, and looks beautiful, too. Watching the sun reflect off of puddles on the road after a heavy rainstorm is transfixing enough; forget about the story campaign, sometimes I just want to wander around the city and see the sights. Almost every time I boot up the game I'll find something new. Grand Theft Auto Online is a delight, too. If you have a group of friends there is nothing like going for a cruise on the beach as the sun is setting over the sea. You might want to have fun in the open world, but there are also a series of heists that you can perform with a crew of 4, which gain large sums of money for your online character. However, if you don't have any friends to play with, my advice is to mostly write the online mode off. The community is toxic; most people will gun you down on sight and grief you until you leave the server, and if you attempt to start a co-ordinated heist with four people you don't know? Don't even try. It's too frustrating of an experience. My point still stands, however, with a few friends the online is absolutely fantastic. I could go on and on about GTA 5, about the wonderful Rockstar Editor, the easter eggs, the multitude of fun to drive, customisable vehicles, the great modding support, but all I can say, if you like open world games, this is the best. There is no other game that pays attention to detail like GTA 5 does. It is the best game I have ever played. Thank you for reading my review.
The best GTA yet.Eadig | Sept. 26, 2015 | See all Eadig's reviews »
GTA V is by far the best in the series. Rockstar knows how to keep the series fresh so you do not feel like you are playing the same game just in a different location. With the changing character mechanic, first person mode, and the huge addition of GTA Online, it will take up a huge amount of your time.
The best PC game yet!459cla24 | Sept. 25, 2015 | See all 459cla24's reviews »
If your looking for a great game with months of content you have come to the right place! This game has the best graphics i have seen in years for a PC. The story line is very grabbing and nice. The story mode has a ton of content. Truly one of the best PC game in years!!!!
An unmissable game.markdawson950 | Sept. 24, 2015 | See all markdawson950's reviews »
Fantastic game! I actually purchased the game twice, once when it was first released on 360 and then again when it was released on PC. I have to say the purchasing the PC was an excellent decision. It adds so much to an already outstanding game. I haven't spent much time online but the time I have spent has impressed me. The single player is very enjoyable and the mods available really add hours more enjoyment. The only downside is the rather large game size, but if like me you have a SSD for your main OS and then a HDD for just games, you should have plenty of space.
Amazingly deep, very detailed, varying gameplay.Brandon23z | Sept. 18, 2015 | See all Brandon23z's reviews »
GTA V is probably the best game computers can run. There is a huge world, with so much detail. Thousands of little objects and details. The gameplay has variety. When you do the campaign, you don't just go from building to building shooting random people. You have to drive a tow truck and manually attach and unattach the hook. You have to fly a helicopter. You have to fly planes. You have to be stealthy or loud. You get to steal vehicles. This isn't some run and gun. It is a deep, living, breathing world. And it's amazing on PC. One of the best PC ports in years.