From these series of posts, we will compile a list of reasons (with so-called online evidences) why Rockstar will actually release GTA V on PC sooner, rather than nothing.
Strong Case For GTA V On PC Release
You can never underestimate the PC community of Grand Theft Auto, soon after the PC version of GTA 5 has been left out from the release announcement which includes PS3 and Xbox 360, there has been an uproar.
An online petition that has been created exclusively to convince Rockstar to release GTA V on PC has been signed by hundreds of thousands people over the world.
Search terms from Google saw an upward trends of people searching more and more whether or not there will be GTA 5 for PC.
Now, let’s start with the second evidence.
Previously we had strong case going forward with Rockstar Games meddling with PC gamers on Steam with their GTA V reveal.
Don’t worry we have another Rockstar blooper to show you, this time a mistake from the developer’s part:
Rockstar made the mistake of including parts of their test files in a Social Club Update (that or some employee about to get fired did it), they made another update right after and removed the content and the folder labeled GTAV, they never gave any explanation:
As you can see, there are a number of references to GTA 5 codebase in the socialclub.dll file. While it doesn’t give you anything, still more interesting than the game’s actual release date on PS3 and Xbox 360.