A brand new and quite major report has appeared online, claiming that corporate decisions and internal struggles at Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive might soon result in the complete cancelation of Grand Theft Auto 5 for the PC platform.
GTA 5 appeared almost a year ago on PS3 and Xbox 360, and went on to break sales records with tens of millions of copies being sold worldwide.
Earlier this summer, Rockstar confirmed what many had already speculated for some time: GTA 5 was coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One this fall.
However, since then not much else has been heard about the new versions of the game.
Now, a new report from website FoxWeekly cites a marketing representative from Rockstar, John Hoffberger, who claims that internal struggles are currently going on at the studio about the fate of GTA 5 for PC.
According to the supposed employee, Rockstar didn't want to bring GTA 5 to PC, only to PS4 and Xbox One, but public pressure compelled it to try and launch the game for that platform as well.
Now, due to corporate decisions, it's possible that the PC version of GTA 5 will be completely canceled, or at least delayed until further notice.
As of yet, Rockstar hasn't commented on the report.