“Grand Theft Auto V” for the PlayStation 4 can be ordered with a deposit in Portugal, but it’s unclear if it’s just a glitch, adding to the list of unsubstantiated rumors about the game being released for the Xbox One, PS4, or PC.
Worten, a Portuguese retailer, put up a listing for “GTA V” for the PS4 on its website. The retailer said that it wants a 5 euro deposit to secure a copy, according to Geek.com. That means, if the the move backfires, they will have to pay back likely thousands of people who didn’t get the game.
While there’s a probability Rockstar will announce the game due to the demand for the other platforms, the company hasn’t said anything.
There’s also been a large number of rumors about the game, with some saying there would be announcements for a release several months ago–but they never came to fruition. The German and French Amazon.com websites have both listed “GTA V” for the PC.
The most clear indicator of the game at least coming to the PC was a PC Gamer report in January of a 150-page log that contained PC-related bugs.
The CEO Brazilian retailer Nuveem also said a PC version is on the way.
“I see no problem talking. I think until now been confirmed. Is scheduled for March on PC, if I’m not mistaken, for the 12th,” Nuveem CEO Thiago Diniz told Brazilian website Condigo Fonte several weeks ago.
On Thursday, Electronic Arts Chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen said that “GTA V” impacted buying behavior across the gaming industry.
“I don’t think anyone anticipated the level of that success,” Jorgensen told Gamespot. “Fabulous, fabulous product and [it] did extremely well. It did, I think, suck dollars out of the old-generation software market.”
“We expect that market to be challenged just because of the transitions to the new generation and I think it was extra-challenged based on that release,” he added.
“GTA V” has shipped more than 32 million copies for the Xbox 360 and PS3 to date.