“Grand Theft Auto 5” has only been confirmed for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, but a new compilation of evidence and details for the title hitting PCs, has been gathered up by a very tenacious individual.
According to a report from GamingBolt on Sunday, a very avid user has revealed some very convincing details that point to why “GTA V” will also be ported to PCs.
First, apparently on Steam, when they list a game on the service, it is definitely coming to the platform, and that was the case with “GTA V.”
S1LV3R_W0LF has a link up on the page that the information is listed on with support for the comments.
Another indication is of a Social Club Update the company performed last year, which did in fact name the title as coming for PC. The information was later fixed with a new post, but no explanation was given by Rockstar.
IGN, GameSpot and Amazon also seem to be on the list of those who leaked listings for the game being available on PC.
The person is convinced that the one let out by IGN is valid because “IGN was in [Rockstar] HQ I’m sure they know a bit more then we do.”
They went on to reference a non-disclosure agreement as to why IGN will not even come close to leaking further information about the game.
In addition to this, an apparent inquiry was made to Rockstar as to what the specs for running the game on PC will require.
“The few messages sent to Rockstar support where people made technical questions about hardware and specifications with them answering as if they knew what the game will need for PC, when the normal answer would be ‘we don’t have any information about that.'”
Finally, a person supposedly claiming to be a member of the Rockstar Games organization was on the forums talking about when the game would be released, and then referenced a few key story details before they were publicly known.
“He also mentioned some interesting facts, like the game would have 3 characters, Albert, Franklin and Trevor, the funny thing is that he mentioned this months ago, before we even knew of the existence of 3 characters.”
The individual goes on to say that person gave away some other details relating to the game as well.
The rest of the full post can be viewed here.
Some of the points the person makes are valid and not difficult to see them turning out to be true, but at the same time, some logical oppositions could also be found against the aforementioned instances.
What do you think about what this person has come up with for “GTA V” on PC?