Grand Theft Auto 5 PC has still not been announced, but the petition that was started a few months ago has reached over 700,000 signatures as of last week.
Rumors for the game have constantly been circulating with no definitive answers or revelations coming from Rockstar Studios. One of the latest speaks of a Romanian retailer listing the release dates of a PC, PS4, and Xbox One version of the game. Online store Altex is allegedly already processing pre-orders.
According to Cinema Blend, the next-gen console versions of the game will ship out on June 15. With that falling on a Sunday, Examiner has speculated the day is just a place holder until a final date is announced. Uber Gizmo reported a similar rumor from a German retailer, who said the game should arrive at some point in June.
Other places have reported the PC version of the game will arrive in September. Numerous European publications have began listing the game on their sites, with some going as far as taking pre-orders.
Czech retailer SuperGamer.cz, claim the game is coming on June 13. However, according to some sources the information is a bit suspicious because the platform listed for the game is for "Windows Live," which is not a system currently available.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick also responded to talk on whether the game will head to other gaming platforms, most notably the PC, where rumors have been floating everywhere.
"If that is where consumers are, absolutely [we'll release our game on that]. But we wouldn't drive them there, we would just be there if they are there. That is why we have a companion app for our basketball title, NBA 2K Everywhere. It is wherever consumers want to be," he told MCV.
As of now gamers and fans of the franchise can hold onto all of these rumors with a grain of salt as the rumor mill is sure to continue strong.