If you have a PC that can run it, it is a no brainer. The leap in graphics is one thing, but mods are definitely the main reason you should splash the cash again. Rumours are surfacing that players are getting banned for using mods on single player, but I seriously hope these are false. One of the more popular mods circulating allows you to alter your FOV, a godsend for many players.
The animal mod lets you roam around as one of a number of animals, which is worthy of a few giggles. The mayhem mod, as the name suggests, causes chaos, letting you fire missiles from your vehicle among other things. There will be beauty enhancements and there will be crazy additions to gameplay, and it is this variety that makes the PC version stand out.
GTA V was definitely worth waiting for on the PC. For me, I broke my seal too early and ruined the experience by playing the fun out of it on the PS4. For others, however, I see GTA V as a sinkhole for hours and hours of relentless mayhem. Whether it be your first time stepping into the single player campaign or the first time donning on a mask with your pals for a Heist, GTA V will reward you. I feel modding will bring a fair number of players over from other platforms but only so many people will be loyal or patient enough to experience the same GTA V on a new platform – especially for people that may have already upgraded a generation of console.
It is big, beautiful and crazy. If that’s your kinda thing, you probably already know that GTA V is your kinda thing, whether that’s on the PC or not.