Citing multiple sources "close to the situation," Eurogamer is claiming that the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V will be released in the first quarter of 2014 (January to March). There's been a lot of speculation about a PC version of the game being released, but Rockstar has been pretty quiet about it so far.
Earlier this week Intel’s notebook marketing exec Chris Silva claimed that "somebody paid a lot of money to make sure that title was exclusive" to consoles. Whether that's true or not, Rockstar was probably going to port the game to the PC like it has with previous iterations in the series (it took the company 8 months after the console release of GTA IV to release a PC version of the game).
Meanwhile, the Change,org petition urging Rockstar and Take-Two to release a PC version of the game sooner rather than later is just 4,000 supporters shy of hitting the 600,000 mark.