PC gamers sometimes have a love/hate relationship with Rockstar Games. A recent example is the release of Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. PC gamers will inevitably love the title once it's ported over to the superior gaming platform, especially if Rockstar Games takes advantage of the hardware that's out there, but at the same time, they hate having to wait. And wait, and wait, and wait. Hopefully, the wait will soon be over.
According to Eurogamer and the "multiple industry sources" it spoke with, GTA V is set to debut on PCs in the first quarter of 2014. The gaming site didn't call out its sources, nor has Rockstar Games made an official announcement, so we'll file this one under O.H. for "Optimistically Hopeful."
Back in August, it was hoped that GTA V would arrive on PCs in the fall, as indicated by a statement Nvidia made at the time. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a slip-up on Nvidia's part, though Rockstar Games could still end up surprising folks by releasing the game to PC before the end of the year.
More recently, Intel's Chris R. Silva stated he thinks GTA V won't remain a console exclusive very long, though he wasn't speaking with any inside information.