Rockstar Games this week said it will delay the release of Grand Theft Auto V for the PC to Mar. 24.
The title was scheduled to be released in fall 2014, then Jan. 2015.
Grand Theft Auto V includes updated graphics and sound, new weapons, vehicles, and activities, denser traffic, additional wildlife, new foliage system, enhanced damage and weather effects, and enhanced radio selections.
The first-person mode allows users to experience Los Santos and Blaine County and include a new cover system, targeting system, and FPS control scheme. Users can switch between the standard and first-person view instantly.
Online multiplayer is increased to 30 users in the PS4 and Xbox One SKUs.
Grand Theft Auto V is set in a present-day Southern California location and is the largest and most thriving world in the city of Los Santos.