'GTA 5' will reach the PC on April 14. Courtesy/Rockstar

It’s finally here! Well, not really. “Grand Theft Auto 5” won’t launch on the PC until mid-April, but New York City-based Rockstar Games released the final trailer for the open-world, action-adventure game on Thursday.

Check it out below:

The PC version of Rockstar’s title has been delayed twice. The game will reach players on April 14 at retail stores or as a digital download, but was originally slated for release on January 27.

In December, rumors that the developer would delay its upcoming release of “Grand Theft Auto 5” for the PC swirled when the action-adventure game’s Steam listing release date changed from Jan. 27 to “early 2015.” Rockstar responded to the situation on one of its online forums, assuring players the game would be available on the original date. However, the release date was changed to March 24 in mid-January, disappointing PC fans. Then, it was delayed again and set for mid-April.

Last week, Rockstar released a new batch of “GTA 5” images from the PC version, showing the game in 4K resolution.

Those who preorder the digital version of the game will receive $1.5 million of in-game cash. The PC version of “GTA 5” will also include heists, a new editing tool called the Rockstar Editor and access to the Rockstar Social Club.