Grand Theft Auto 5 PC Screenshots Look Fantastic In 4K Resolution

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated Mar 27, 2015 03:39 PM EDT
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The (recently delayed) launch of Grand Theft Auto V on PC is less than a month away, and Rockstar continue to tease fans with new screenshots.

The developers have released 15 new screens from the PC version of the game, which comes with all the bells and whistles of the upgraded PS4 and Xbox One editions. You can see the new high-res images below, which show off a variety of scenes from GTA V's world.

The screens are captured in 4K resolution, and the game is looking remarkably good. It will boast the first person mode and other improvements the current gen remakes received, with the added bonus of mod support--one of the best reasons to play anything on PC. GTA Online and Online Heists--a long-anticipated mode that was recently added to the other versions of the game--will be available for the PC edition as soon as it launches on April 14.

Rockstar promised $200,000 of in-game currency to anyone who pre-ordered the game as an apology for the delay. This was actually the game's second delay--an announcement back in January pushed the game to March 24, and last month that date was moved several more weeks to April 14. That was--hopefully--the last delay in the development process. For now, you can enjoy the gorgeous screens while you wait.

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