A brand new leak concerning the inevitable Grand Theft Auto 5 PC edition has appeared online, this time with a supposed Rockstar Toronto games tester who managed to capture a few screenshots of the PC version of GTA V, while supplying new details and a release date of November 22, 2013.
GTA 5 appeared this week for PS3 and Xbox 360 and developer Rockstar has been silent in regards to the PC edition and if it's actually being made, despite several leaks.
Now, Reddit user Devbuild has released a few screenshots of a possible PC version of GTA 5, confirming that the title is currently in beta and will be released on November 22.
What's more, the game is optimized for the PC and will have a locked framerate of either 30 or 60fps, although its resolution is capped at 1280x720. A higher 1920x1080 is possible but black bars will be added to compensate.
The leak doesn't seem to be that genuine but you can take a look at the screenshots below.
GTA 5 has been a solid success on home consoles and Rockstar will certainly seek to expand the audience of the title when it moves it to the PC.
It will be interesting to see how the studio manages to translate the core mechanics of the Online mode, which introduces interesting ways for gamers to interact and to compete with each other.