Portuguese retailer GamingReplay.com has claimed in its official newsletter that PC (as well as Xbox One and PS4) version of Grand Theft Auto V are on the way in June. The newsletter (above) only mentions Xbox One and PS4, but a twitter post from the same company states that a PC release is planned at the same time.
A GamingReplay acabou de confirmar o lançamento de GTA V no PC, PS4 e Xbox One.
Já fizeram a vossa encomenda?… https://t.co/tRb8gVWjCn
— GAMINGREPLAY (@GamingReplayCOM) March 8, 2014
Translated (thanks Google,) that reads “The GamingReplay just confirmed the release of GTA V on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Have you made your order?”
We’ve been here before of course with retailer claims of GTA V on PC, but this is the first time a company has started advertising the fact in its official newsletter.
In the past few months we’ve seen strong hints from Rockstar developer tweets that a PC version is on the cards, as well as the appearance of GTA V listings in AMD Catalyst beta drivers. Going back further, there was some allegedly ‘leaked’ footage purporting to show a development build of the game running on PC.
Back when GTA V was released on 360/PS3, the accompanying iFruit app had some rather suspicious references to a PC version of the game in its code, too.