Earlier today, more evidence popped up indicating that Grand Theft Auto V will be making it's way to the PC. This comes after months of requests and petitions from PC gamers in hopes of Rockstar would toss them a bone and port the massively anticipated (and now successful) title from it's Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms.
The evidence comes from a breakdown of the source files for the Grand Theft Auto V "iFruit" companion application. These source files indicate specific PC labeled .png files that could only point to one thing.
I followed in the footsteps of Lien, downloaded the iFruit app from iTunes, extracted the assets with 7Zip, ran the PNGs through FixPNG and then noticed exactly what Lien noticed: images and app assets for the PC version of GTA V.
The folder contains all the app's assets, including PNG images for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC renditions of the GTA V manual. As an example, some of the files include a mention of a color wheel highlight bar for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC (to avoid any legal heat I won't completely type out the name of the file, but if anyone bothers to look, you'll know what I mean).
This news is huge, and given an actual release date, could prevent some PC gamers from double dipping on the title. It's also fantastic from a performance standpoint, for as well as the game looks on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, it's absolutely begging for better draw distances, 1080p resolutions and an acceptable frame rate.
Either way, nothing here is confirmed, just good indications that RockStar has PC gamers in their sites; it's just a matter of when they pull the trigger.