Online retailer’s French website lists Rockstar’s next instalment as out on PC this year.
PC-owning aspiring carjackers and gang members may soon be able step back into the world of Grand Theft Auto as the fifth title could be released on the platform this year, if a posting by Amazon France is to be believed.
In addition to the online retailer recently slipping that GTA V could be coming out on 15th March, Amazon also suggests that the title will be released on PC, according to Trusted Reviews.
Prior to this it was believed that the popular and controversial title would only be available to Xbox 360 and PS3 owners, however, the retailer now offers a PC version with a pre-order price of EUR49.99.
Officially set to hit home consoles this spring, the game will feature the open-world of Los Santos city and surrounding areas, likely to be full of culture-spoofing violence and adventure.
"Grand Theft Auto V builds on everything we've learned about open world game design," said Sam Houser, Founder of Rockstar Games. "We can’t wait to share it with fans."
GTA IV, released in 2008, was a critical and commercial blockbuster for the company, netting sales of 6 million units and $500 million in its first week on sale.
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