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GTA 5 PC release petition passes 350,000 signature milestone

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Ahead of tomorrow’s GTA 5 release date, a petition looking to persuade publisher Rockstar to make a GTA 5 PC release has hit a new milestone, topping the 350,000 signatures marker.

With the most hotly anticipated game of the year set to land for Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles tomorrow, September 17, publisher Rockstar has still yet to confirm the GTA 5 PC release that so many gamers have called for.

In a bid to put pressure on the developer to bring the eagerly awaited game to PC, a petition was started earlier this year, with more than 350,000 signatures having now been palced as an attempt to see a GTA 5 PC release become a reality.

Entitled simply “Rockstar: Release GTA 5 on PC,” the petition has a staggering 365,450 supporters at the time of writing, a considerable chunk of the 500,000 signatures target.

“Please release GTA V on PC,” the petition reads. “GTA games have been a large part of so many people's lives and it's a big shame not seeing the newest iteration of the game being released on the most powerful platform.”

The digital plea adds: “Things like modifications have always been a HUGE part of PC gaming and modded GTA is some of the most insanely fun times you can have.”

The GTA 5 PC release petition has garnered steady support since launch, and continues to grow at a healthy rate. At the end of July, the GTA 5 PC release petition had just hit 225,000 signatures, with more than 135,000 added in the past six weeks.

While a GTA 5 PC release is still missing, gamers have also been left perturbed that the game is yet to be confirmed for next-gen consoles. With both the Xbox One and PS4 release dates scheduled for this November, Rockstar looks set to overlook the incoming consoles to focus on a last big hurrah for the outgoing gamers.

You can sign up to the GTA 5 PC release petition here.

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