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GTA 5 PC pre-orders come with GTA$1m and a free game

Anyone who pre-orders GTA 5 PC will get $1 million worth of in-game currency and a free game for a limited time.
 
Rockstar has made GTA 5 for PC available to pre-order from the Rockstar Warehouse.
 
Those looking to pre-order the long-awaited PC port will be gifted with $1 million worth of in-game currency, half of which will be for GTA 5 and the rest for GTA Online use.
 
However, if you pre-order the digital edition of the PC GTA 5 between now and February 1, you’ll also get a bonus free digital game and another $300,000 to use in GTA Online.
 
The free games on offer are as follows:
Max Payne 3
Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne
LA Noire
Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City
GTA 4
GTA 3
GTA: Vice City
GTA: San Andreas
Manhunt
Midnight Club 2
Bully: Scholarship Edition

 
The digital download from the Rockstar Warehouse costs £39.99, with any pre-orders being charged a 15 per cent deposit on ordering.

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Anyone looking to buy GTA 5 for PC can also pre-order the title from other retailers including Steam, Amazon, GameStop and other digital retailers sometime later today.
 
Of course, purchasing from other retailers won’t get you the same swag as Rockstar is offering through its Warehouse, but that’s not to say other retailers won’t have their own pre-order perks.
 
GTA 5 was originally scheduled for release on PC on January 27. However, Rockstar confirmed the game had been delayed until March 27 earlier this week.
 
The release date delay was announced alongside the confirmation of the minimum and recommended PC specs for GTA 5.
 

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