The wildly popular Grand Theft Auto V may soon launch on Windows, as the PC version of game has been spotted in various online stores in Europe, including Amazon Germany and Amazon France, CNET U.K. reports. The Amazon Germany online listing is still available, revealing the game will cost €59.99, and will work with Windows 7 and Vista machines – strangely Windows 8 is not listed, and a launch date is not available. However, GameHolds also has GTA V for PC on pre-order, offering a €48.89 shop price instead of the €59.99 “regular price,” and a March 31st launch date.
Previous rumors claimed that GTA V for PC would launch in the first quarter of 2014. Eurogamer reveals that multiple sources have already said that a PC version of the game would arrive by March 31. Further evidence that a GTA V PC game is coming has been discovered by PC Gamer – a log that details 64-bit and 32-bit versions as DirectX 11 support.
French retailer FNAC has also listed the GTA 5 for PC game, Nowhereelse reports, although the listing has been removed. Meanwhile, Rockstar Games is yet to confirm that a PC version is indeed readied for launch.