It's been a long wait, but Grand Theft Auto V is finally coming to PC. After being announced last June, the game has seen a few delays, but is finally set to launch on PC on April 14th. And today is the first chance to see the latest version of the game in action. The new game is largely the same as the enhanced edition of GTA V that hit the Xbox One and PS4 last year, introducing new features like a first-person mode. But PC gamers with the right hardware will get the prettiest version of the game yet, including support for 4K resolution and up to three monitors, so you can really immerse yourself in Los Santos. It's a big step up from the original release of the game on Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2013, which went on to earn more than $1 billion in just three days.
Watch the first trailer for Grand Theft Auto V on PC
Watch the first trailer for Grand Theft Auto V on PC/
Los Santos at 60 frames per second