GTA 5 for PC Petition Almost at 500K Signatures

We've posted about the petition to have Grand Theft Auto V developed for the PC many times before, and with the release of the game only a few days ago it has received many more signatures.

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488,369 is the current total number of people that have signed up, stating that they want to see GTA 5 released for the PC. While we haven't been able to confirm it, apparently it is the largest gaming-related petition ever on and among the top 10 of all time.

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In terms of Rockstar commenting on GTA V for the PC, they've said nothing official. Although there was that job posting a while back, this LinkedIn profile page and these comments made by Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take Two. More recently there's been some supposed PC screenshots posted to Reddit, but honestly we think they are fake (and not worth looking at).


The bottom line is that even if a PC version of GTA 5 is coming, it's not arriving for a while. So if you want to play then grab the Xbox 360 or PS3 version today and get stuck in!


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      1. Yes yes!! The cheats are taking so long to be cracked! Rockstar need to tell us something about this!!

      2. I've did my part, i ask rockstar in his site, twitter, social club... We need to discover the cheats man, the priority cheats arent cracked yet, that are health/armor and weapons, wee ned to know this!!

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