Grand Theft Auto V has only been out for a week, and despite Rockstar officially confirming a PC version in the works, the evidence continues to mount suggesting that a release will eventually happen. Upon the release of GTA V, an XML file was uncovered on the retail disc. It pointed to files and settings that would be used in a PC version of the game. Now, another information dump has surfaced that was taken from the PS3 version of Grand Theft Auto 5, and leftover information once again suggests that Rockstar is readying a PC version of GTA V.
Over on Reddit, a link to the full XML file points to things like DX11, and other features that may be in the works at Rockstar. A similar info dump of the game’s files led to the quick uncovering of Grand Theft Auto 5 cheat codes.
This also wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen rumors and hints that Rockstar might be developing a PC version of GTA V. Back in July, Rockstar put up a job posting that suggested they were looking to hire talent to port their games to PC “delivering the highest quality PC experience possible”.