Unless you live under a rock, you have probably played GTA V by now or have at least seen it in action. If you are a PC gamer, we have a bit of bad news as Rockstar has just announced that the PC port of GTA V has been pushed back again. There is still a silver lining in that dreary cloud though as we finally have a release date for GTA Heists.

Rockstar Games dropped a bit of news today, and a long with it came an apology as the GTA V PC release has been pushed back one more time. The new date is set for April 14th as the company said they need more time to polish things up a bit before rolling the game out. If you’ve pre-ordered the game, you’ll get $200k worth of in-game cash to use as compensation for the delay. It’s a bonus the console players saw for their delay, and you’ll appreciate the bonus once you get online.

On the Brightside, those online heists we’ve all been waiting for are going to arrive in just a few weeks. March 10th is the day you’ll want to mark on your calendars, and one that day you’ll be able to jump online in 4-player cooperative raids that span multiple areas. It’s something that will freshen up GTA V online, and keep gamers from picking up the pitchforks considering it was supposed to launch some time ago.

Today’s news is bittersweet for gamers, depending on how they choose to play their games. If you already rock out to GTA V on the Xbox One or PlayStation 4, you may be thinking about taking the 10th off to enjoy heists. If you have been waiting for the PC port, you’re just going to have to wait a little while longer and keep your fingers crossed it does not get bumped back again.

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