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PC gamers eagerly awaiting to get their mitts on Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V will have to wait a little longer. Originally slated to release on January 27th, the popular game has now been delayed with a new release date of late March.

Rockstar claims that the reason for the delay is because the game needs a few extra weeks of testing to make it as polished as possible. Once the game is released, users will have the option to view it in 4K resolution (the first of the series to do so), and will include the updated additions from the November re-release. The game will also feature Online Heists, which console users will have available in the weeks leading up to the PC updated release.

Previous GTA games have taken between six and eight months for PC release after the original console version, but this delay will push that time to eighteen months.

Via [Ars Technica]

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