While Rockstar is still considering bringing the upcoming Grand Theft Auto V game to PC, nothing is final just yet, and the new title hasn't been officially announced for the platform. However, a listing of the game's PC version has been spotted on several of Amazon's European sites, and it's blatantly obvious that these are PC copies.
The listing quietly popped up on Amazon's UK, French, and German websites sometime over the weekend. However, none of the listings display the release date of the game, nor the price that you'll be able to buy it at, although the French listing has a price of €49,99, while the German listing has it for €59,99.
Rockstar has only confirmed Grand Theft Auto V for release on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, but has also suggested that a release for PC and the Wii U are being considered. Granted, all previous Grand Theft Auto installments have been released on PC before, but not until well after the console versions came out. The last major game in the series, Grand Theft Auto IV, released on PC in December 2008, which was eight months after its release on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Again, Rockstar has not officially announced a PC version of the upcoming game, and an Amazon listing is obviously not hard proof that the PC version will even exist, but if we base our predictions on past Grand Theft Auto releases, we can bet that a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V is very likely to arrive on store shelves, but maybe not right away.