The Change.org petition to bring Grand Theft Auto V to the PC continues to garner a respectable amount of support. As of this writing the petition has over 600,000 supporters, up from 500,000 a month ago. GTA V was released a month ago on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, generating $800 million in 24 hours and more than $1 billion in three days. PC gamers want in on that action, but Rockstar continues to be quiet on the subject.
Still there has been plenty of talk, with analysts, and tech executives saying that a PC version of the game is definitely going to happen within the first quarter of the year. Multiple industry sources this month said that GTA V would be released on PC in early 2014 - including executives from Nvidia and Intel.
Robert W. Baird analyst Colin Sebastian said earlier this month that the game will be released for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2014. Other analysts have said that the PC version would likely be released within the same time period.
While Rockstar has not confirmed a PC version of GTA V, it will likely port the game over after the Holiday season. When it released GTA IV it waited 8 months after the console versions of the game were released to bring the game to the PC.