How would open world, action-adventure game “Grand Theft Auto 5” look from a first-person perspective? YouTube user XBLToothPik found out by using a modded Xbox 360 to alter the third-person experience of the game.

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Earlier this month, Rockstar announced it would be launching "GTA 5" for the PC, Xbox One and PS4 during the third or fourth quarter this year. One of the advantages of playing PC titles is the ability to easily add mods, which many players are looking forward to in "Grand Theft Auto 5."

Last week, Rockstar launched its “I’m Not A Hipster Update” for “GTA Online,” which featured new clothing, new vehicles and custom paint jobs. Despite the added features, the New York City-based developer didn’t include heists in the update, a feature many fans are anticipating.

In early April, Rockstar confirmed that heists would be coming to the open-world title this spring.

“Coming this spring to ‘Grand Theft Auto Online.’ Team up with your most trusted Crew members or with random other mercenaries in ‘GTA Online' to pull off cooperative Heist Missions for glory and profit,” Rockstar said on its Newswire April 2. “We know many in the ‘GTA Online’ community have been looking forward to this update — stay tuned for much more information to come.”

Though Rockstar promised that heists would be playable some time this spring, the season is over -- and fans are still waiting.

What features are you looking forward to in "GTA 5" for the PC? Leave a comment below.