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‘GTA V’ on PC looks more likely after product listings surface

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Earlier this week, internal testing documents from Rockstar Games were discovered which referred to a PC build for Grand Theft Auto V. More evidence has now surfaced which further points to an upcoming PC port for the latest entry of the open-world crime series. According to a report by Game Informer on Jan 23, product listings for a PC version of GTA 5 have appeared on European retailer websites such as Amazon Germany.

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It is unknown at this time if the product page was published in error, but it now seems more and more likely that the game is heading for a PC release. Despite the fact that there has been no official statement from Rockstar Games regarding the topic, many believe that Grand Theft Auto V will definitely eventually launch on PC. After all, every other console edition of the series has later released on PC at a later day.

Grand Theft Auto V is out now only on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. The recently leaked bug log made 170 references to a PC port of the game. The document made individual notes about DirectX 11 support as well as both 32 and 64-bit versions of the game.

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