Back in October, we heard that GTA V would come to PC in early 2014. At the time, it seemed like an age to wait. Yet, here we are.
Initial reports said we'd see GTA V for PC sometime in Q1. Now, the game has appeared on Amazon, seemingly confirming that a release is not far off. TechRadar reports that both Amazon Germany and Amazon France had the listing online, but Amazon France has apparently already pulled the offending listing.
No word on an official launch date, but pricing for the PC version in Europe is set at €59.99, about €15 more than what the PS3 and XBox 360 version currently go for (though those have been out for several months, so that makes sense).
Rockstar is keeping quiet about the PC release of GTA V. In fact, the company hasn't even said if there will be one. GTA 5 hit consoles in mid-September, and Rockstar enjoyed a rocky launch with GTA Online a couple of weeks later. The silver lining for PC gamers is that console users will have suffered through the majority of GTA Online issues before the game hits desktops. At least, that's the hope.