GTA V PC release rumors reassessed

With all the hype of GTA V Heists and the possibility of a next-gen release, it does seem as though some of the focus has been taken away from the PC version of the game. However, we did recently make a point that the desire is still there for PC gamers, but Rockstar is unwilling to commit any details just yet.

However, that’s not saying we don’t have a few clues to go on, and so we thought we would reassess the GTA V PC release rumors, as we are unlikely to hear anything from now until the end of the year.

Don’t get mislead into thinking that Rockstar has forgot about you because the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V is much closer than you would think, but we can understand the delay because the non-console version is far more complex in terms of more variables.

We’ve already seen hints of its release when a Norwegian website had the GTA V for PC pre-order, which stated a March 18, 2014 release. However, it wasn’t long before the listing was pulled.

Rockstar also weighed in on the issue and responded to fan tweets by saying that we will need to keep an eye out for its newswire. This is not an admittance that the PC version is coming, but it does imply that they are planning some sort of announcement.

We know that you need great driver support from your graphics card to play such games like GTA 5, and the appearance of a new AMD Catalyst driver, which said it had GTA5.exe support seemed to suggest that its release was happening soon.

A March release does sound about right here because that would give Rockstar and modders enough time to come up with improved content compared to that of the console versions.

When do you think Rockstar is likely to release GTA V?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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