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Grand Theft Auto 5 April 26th Update adds Enhanced Edition files to PC

Rockstar has just released a brand new update for Grand Theft Auto 5 on all platforms. And although the team has not revealed its complete changelog, it has added some Enhanced Edition files to the PC version.

This basically confirms that GTA 5 Enhanced Edition will be indeed coming to PC. However, we still don’t know whether PC gamers will have to pay for it. Since this is Rockstar and Take-Two we’re talking about, I’m certain that this will be a paid-DLC/paid-update.

For what it’s worth, these Enhanced Edition files are inactive right now. As such, there is no way right now to force (or even datamine) this Enhanced Edition.

According to an incomplete changelog. the April 26th Patch addresses some solo public lobby-related issues. It also adds some UI and Option changes, and fixes some game freezing issues. Moreover, it packs some gameplay optimizations, general stability fixes, minor bug fixes, and resolves some glitches.

GTA 5’s April 26th Patch is 1GB in size on PC, and the Rockstar launcher will automatically download it the next time you launch its client.

We’ll be sure to update this story once Rockstar shares its full patch notes!

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