1) AMD’s Catalyst Drivers
AMD released new Catalyst driver updates last month. One update feature announced was support for GTA5.exe. Could GTA5.exe be anything but Grand Theft Auto V? Probably not.
2) Rockstar tweets at an upcoming announcement
Fans keep pestering Rockstar’s Twitter page asking for a PC version of GTA V. Rockstar was initially quiet about any details but has since asked fans to stay tuned to the Rockstar Games Newswire page, where the developer reveals the latest news on games. Would Rockstar tell us to tune into that page if a release announcement was not upcoming in the near future? At the very least, Rockstar’s tweets basically confirm that a PC version is in the works (as if that was ever in doubt).
3) Leaked pre-order details from top secret spies in Norway
Secret agents in Norway recently infiltrated Rockstar’s arctic layers of defense to discover that GTA V for PC will come out on March 18th. By “secret agents”, I mean that a game retailer in Norway accidentally revealed a pre-order page for GTA V on which the availability date for GTA V was March 18th, 2014.
4) It’s a Tuesday
Lots of games are released on a Tuesday. I don’t know why, but it’s a really popular day to release games. Movies get released on Friday, video games get released on Tuesday. March 18th, 2014 is a Tuesday.
5) Rockstar hasn’t officially said that March 18, 2014 isn’t the release date
Rockstar has neither confirmed nor denied that the Grand Theft Auto V release date is March 18. In other words, Rockstar has not denied that Grand Theft Auto V will be released for PC on March 18, 2014.
I believe a Rockstar announcement will arrive shortly after Christmas. Everybody will say “A late but welcome Christmas gift from Rockstar, PC fans rejoice, etc. etc.” Book it. See you March 18, 2014, PC gamers.