Grand Theft Auto V PC Petition Now Has Over 365K Signatures

A petition on urging Rockstar Games to port Grand Theft Auto V to the PC has hit a major milestone recently; it now has over 365,000 signatures. The petition was created to urge Rockstar Games to bring the game to the PC platform as soon as possible after the game released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game hits both those platforms officially tomorrow in the United States.

As of this writing, the petition has 365,006 supporters – up from the 200,000 signatures it managed to collect in July of this year.

While Rockstar Games hasn't officially confirmed that it will bring the game to the PC, it is likely that it will… eventually. Grand Theft Auto IV was eventually ported to the PC and released eight months after the game came out on Xbox 360 and PS3. The company has said in the past that a PC versions was "under consideration."

We will have more on this story as it develops. If you are interested in signing on to the petition, you can do so here.


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    Thipp says:

    That comment makes no sense. It is already on both the 360 and the PS3 so it is not any sort of exclusive. Why shouldn't it also be available on computers? Past history with the franchise makes it likely that it will also be ported (the series started on PCs but has launched first on consoles for years) and even a not particularly well made port would still make enough money to justify the added time. Entitled brats sounds like more of a fit for a console gamer who just doesn't want the game to appear on PC to further reinforce the idea that consoles are somehow better as gaming platforms because they get more of game type X than PCs. 

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    GrimCW says:

    Thought they announced this as already happening back when the petition started… Ahh well, we'll see. Just as long as they do a better job than GTAIV, the attempted use of the crap from GFWL and such was a terrible idea. 

    Game wanted WAY more resources than it should've ever needed.

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