GTA V PC: More Rumors of ‘Grand Theft Auto 5’ Coming to PC, Xbox One, PS4; Portuguese Retailer Says

March 11, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

“Grand Theft Auto V” rumors are continuing to swirl, with yet another one from Portugual saying that the game will come to the PC in June. Others are saying that there will be Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the wildly popular game.

Rockstar, in its usual form, hasn’t commented on the rumors.

Portuguese retailer GamingReplay.com claimed that the PC, Xbox One, and PS4 versions of “GTA V” will come in June, according to IncGamers.com. Some people have already reportedly put in orders for the game.

“The GamingReplay just confirmed the release of GTA V on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Have you made your order?” the report says.

The company made the announcement in its official newsletter. Other retailers–including Portuguese-language ones–have posted PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions of the game. However, as IncGamers notes, it’s the first time a retailer included a PC version of the game in a newsletter.

On Twitter, a user named Lokiolr indicated that they were at a conference called Destination PlayStation late last month, and said that Rockstar didn’t show up when they were supposed to.

“Rockstar had something amazing to show but bailed at the last minute. Expect an E3 announcement from them this year. Likely ‘GTA V’ on nextgen,” he wrote.

Website The Gamer Headlines also reported that a Czech retailer listed the game for the Xbox One and PS4 also, without offering a source. 

And a few months ago, a user found that “GTA V” was listed as an entry in the AMD Catalyst 13.30 beta drivers, which were pushed out in January. Previous drivers had the entry but were reportedly removed.

PC Gamer in January also reported on the existence of a 150-page bug log that had PC-related issues.

Yet another rumor was started by the CEO of Brazilian retailer Nuveem, who claimed that a PC version is coming. “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 said earlier this year, according to reports at the time.

“GTA V” has shipped more than 32 million copies for the PS3 and Xbox 360.

A petition on Change.org that seeks to get a PC version of the game, and it has generated 680,000 signatures.