A new piece of evidence has emerged which points that there is an internal build of Grand Theft Auto V for the PC after a leaked bug log makes numerous mentions of a PC version of Rockstar Games’ hit open-world title. According to a report by Game Informer on Jan 20, the document references numerous PC specific bugs in addition to detailing the use of DX11 for in-game effects as well as noting the existence of both 32 and 64-bit versions of the game.
Furthermore, after looking at the enormous bug log, PC Gamer discovered that the document points out over 170 instances in which a PC version of GTA 5 was referenced. In addition to the above mention PC specifications, the log specifically points out ‘PC only issues’ that the Rockstar team discovered during testing phases of the game’s development.
It’s not surprising that word on a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V is now in circulation. As all other numbered entries of the series have also eventually released on PC, most believe that it’s simply a matter of time before the PC edition is officially announced. However, the discovery of the bug log documents points out that a PC version was possibly developed alongside the console versions of the game. A fan petition to bring GTA 5 to PC has now surpassed over 660,000 signatures.
Grand Theft Auto V is out now only on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. The game puts players in control of three switchable protagonists in the series return to Los Santos.