Even though Grand Theft Auto 5 has not been officially announced for PC, some evidence has turned up that a PC port might be on its way.
PC Gamer has found a 150-page bug log that details issues arising from hundreds of GTA 5 builds tested between April 2009 and August 2013, with reference to a “PC version” from as early as June 2012.
The bug log was leaked via an XML file on September 23 2013, and has existed as an open secret on the GTA forums and other fan communities since then. The list was recently hosted on a public Google drive server which now returns a 404 message, but here are a few excerpts highlighting 64 and 32-bit versions of the game, references to DirectX 11 smog and more.
Below are several references of PC bugs to be fixed:
Mention of DirectX 11 smog mingling with bloom effects.
Notes from a couple of Rockstar developers.
Reference to a 64-bit build misbehaving.
And a 32 bit .exe.
And a reference to the lastgen toggle.
Are you looking forward to playing Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC?