GTAV PC petition passes 350,000 signatures
Change.org petition calling on Rockstar Games to release open-world game on PC hits new signature milestone.
The Change.org petition calling on Rockstar Games to release Grand Theft Auto V on PC has surpassed 350,000 signatures. This is up from 200,000 signatures in July.
GTAV launches exclusively for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 tomorrow. GameSpot's review hits at 10 a.m. EDT today.
According to Rockstar Games cofounder Dan Houser, a PC version of the open-world game is "up for consideration," though that's all the company has said on the matter.
The petition says it is a "big shame" that GTAV is not announced for the PC, specifically calling out the modding community being a "huge part" of PC gaming. "Modded GTA is some of the most insanely fun times you can have," a line from the petition reads.
A since-removed Rockstar Leeds job advertisement sought a programmer to help bring the company's "latest titles" to PC. This would potentially include GTAV.
The PC iteration of Grand Theft Auto IV launched about eight months after the console versions shipped in April 2008.
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