The PC version of Grand Theft Auto V has been delayed yet again.
Originally due to launch in January, the PC version was previously pushed back until March. And now that March is nearly upon us, developer Rockstar Games says that PC gamers will have to wait until April 14th to play the game. "A bit more time is needed to ensure that the game is as polished as possible," the studio says. The PC version will feature the same improvements as the recent PS4 and Xbox One version of the game — including the first-person mode — as well as new enhancements, like support for 4K resolution and up to three monitors.
Rockstar has also finally provided a launch date for the new heists feature for GTA Online, which will let players team up to pull off complicated robberies. The cooperative feature is expected to debut on March 10th.