Latest AMD Catalyst drivers signal Grand Theft Auto V for PC
Grand Theft Auto V has had a successful run so far for its console version and just when petitioners are busy gaining signatures demanding the launch of GTA V for PC we have got fresh clues that the PC version shouldn’t be far off from launch.
In its latest catalyst drivers, AMD has left clues indicating that Grand Theft Auto V is indeed coming to a desktop PC near you. In a report on kn00tcn, the CAP file for 13.10 beta 2 contains traces that GTA V for PC is already in the works and that its executable name would be “GTA5.exe”.
<application Title=”Grand Theft Auto V” File=”GTA5.exe”>
kn00tcn also makes a note of quite a few other games that are about to release for PC including Ducktales Remastered, Assassin’s Creed 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Watch Dogs and Wolfenstein: The New Order. The files which Kn00tcn analyzed didn’t have any other details, but we are expecting more details soon.
Rockstar hasn’t confirmed anything yet as it seems that the company is basking in the heat of success of GTA V on PS3 and Xbox 360.