GTA V for PC confirmed?

GTA 5 PC listings appear

May 7, 2013
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Grand Theft Auto V is undoubtedly one of the biggest games of the year, and while it’s inevitable that the game will make its way to PC (eventually), a new retail listing could clarify some of the speculation.

The listing has appeared on two different sites – both Amazon’s German arm, and Games Only – showing the Games for Windows version of the release.

The listings give no indication of a possible release date, but it’s to be assumed that it will release after the console versions – a trend Rockstar has become known for.

The Games Only listing mentions that the game is the “Uncut Edition”, which claims to be the uncensored PEGI 18 edition”.

As for the console editions, Grand Theft Auto V is expected to launch worldwide on 17 September for PS3 and Xbox 360.

Rockstar gave a number of international publications the opportunity to get a better look at the upcoming crime opera that is preparing to set the gaming world on fire. Check out the GTA V preview impressions.

GTA Amazon listing

GTA V Amazon listing

GTA Games Only listing

GTA V Games Only listing

Source: Games Only, Amazon.de 

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