Rockstar Games is trying to soften the blow of Grand Theft Auto V's PC release being pushed back again by placating us with some screens and, well, it's working.
Well, Grand Theft Auto V fans, Rockstar has some good news and some bad news. While GTA Online's Heists finally have a date, the PC version's been hit with another delay.
Photos of vehicles, weapons and gear from Grand Theft Auto Online's upcoming Heists were leaked, getting us even more hyped up to pull off our first big caper.
The Fine Bros. hand over the controls of Grand Theft Auto 5 to a handful of elders. The results are pretty amazing.
Traffic in Los Santos is worse than we thought -- Grand Theft Auto V for PC was delayed by a couple of months, but at least we now know its system requirements.
Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network's outages throughout this week have resulted in Grand Theft Auto V extending the duration of its Festive Surprise event.
Though the current-gen versions of Grand Theft Auto V are hogging the headlines, Rockstar's assured fans it hasn't given up on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version of its incredibly popular sequel.
You'll finally be able to plan, prepare and pull off multi-part Heist missions throughout Blaine County and Los Santos in Grand Theft Auto Online.
Kmart Australia is looking to follow Target Australia in the removal of Grand Theft Auto V from its shelves following customer complaints.
Target Australia has been bombarded with feedback from customers about Grand Theft Auto V and have decided that the only thing left to do is take it off its shelves.