Grand Theft Auto V for PC has been delayed to April 14th, Rockstar announced today. The game was originally planned for a March release.
The PC version of the game will include all of the content and enhancements made to the game in the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 ports released in November. It will feature better visuals, the first-person gameplay, and more graphical tweaking options.
You can view requirements for the PC version of the game on its Steam store page. Additionally, to make up for the delay, Rockstar will grant those that pre-ordered the PC version of the game with an additional $200,000 in-game cash for use in GTA Online.
On the subject of GTA Online, 4-player cooperative a gameplay mode will be available on March 10th. More information on this subject will be announced soon.