Grand Theft Auto V for PC is reportedly on track to go on sale in early 2014
Grand Theft Car V has broken records as among the most successful fun features ever, beyond being restricted to the Grand Theft Car V website, PlayStation 3. But according to reports this week, creator Rockstar hopes to sustain momentum with a PC version early next year.
Gaming site Eurogamer discovered Thursday that “multiple industry sources” report that a PC version of the open planet game is on track for the first three-month period of 2014. If true, the release schedule would reflect that of the game’s precursor, Grand Theft Car IV, which had a similar lag between site Windows version in December 2008.
Rockstar has not yet been able to officially confirm any plans to release the game on PC, although Chris Evenden, senior director of investor relations at GPU developer NVIDIA, let it run in August that it was being worked on. a Windows port (NVIDIA later rejected Mr. Evenden’s comments under what several believe to be pressure from Rockstar).
Regardless of its title, Grand Theft Car V is the 15th game to carry the franchise brand, with other games spanning multiple interfaces and playstyles in the last 16 years. It went on sale for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on September 17 and on October 1 it launched the first licensed online mode.