The never ending (until it does) tale of whether Rockstar will bring the latest Grand Theft Auto to PC gets another little nudge towards the “yeah, they probably will” column today, as an Nvidia earnings call casually refers to just such a thing. Transcribed at SeekingAlpha and first spotted for its significance by CraveOnline, the call makes direct reference to a PC version of the elusive title.
In contrast, gamers are preparing their systems for a strong roster of games coming this fall, including blockbuster franchises, such as Call of Duty: Ghosts, Grand Theft Auto V and Assassin’s Creed IV.
Says Nvidia’s Chris Evenden (senior director of investor relations,) like it’s just no big deal.
Now, it’s possible that he’s misinformed, or making assumptions, or just reacting (like everyone else) to the steady stream of clues which suggest Rockstar is going to get Grand Theft Auto V onto PC. But it’s also possible Nvidia has early information regarding this release.
Add it to the list of indicators that we’ll probably be spending some time with Michael, Franklin and Trevor on PC.
In other GTA V news, the Rockstar website has updated with a “virtual travelogue” of Los Santos and Blaine County.