Grand Theft Auto V is enjoying its fair share of success, with PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 gamers catapulting it into record-breaking success. PC gamers have been left out of the mix, however, and may have to wait until early next year before they see the game. Such information comes from the folks over at Eurogamer, which spoke to "multiple industry sources" on the matter.
It has been anticipated -- and much requested -- that a Grand Theft Auto V PC version would become available, given that the previous version of the game was also launched for computer gamers. Spurring such anticipation was a claim made earlier this year by NVIDIA's Chris Evenden, who mentioned GTA V among a list of PC games that would arrive this fall.
NVIDIA retracted its statement to Eurogamer, however, saying that it doesn't have any information on if a Grand Theft Auto V PC version is in the works, nor when it will be available. Rockstar Games is remaining mum on the matter, merely pointing those who request more information to a statement it made on the matter.
Say's Rockstar: "The only versions of the game that we have announced are for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 which are set for a September 17th worldwide release. We don't have anything to share about the possibility of a next-gen or a PC platform release at this time and we are completely focused on delivering the best possible experience for the consoles people have right now."