GTA 5 source code points to PS4 and PC versions
Rockstar Games has adamantly denied that a PC or next-gen version of Grand Theft Auto 5 exists -- despite the numerous leaks we've had prior to its release tomorrow. New evidence from leaked copies of the highly anticipated game seem to suggest otherwise, however.
By now, you're probably aware that Grand Theft Auto 5 for Xbox 360 and PS3 have been leaked. The result hasn't just been illegally obtained copies of the game, but the findings of possible PC and PlayStation 4 versions of GTA 5. Hidden within a Pastebin file containing an XML of the config file for the Xbox 360 version are references of a PC and "Orbis" version. Orbis is, of course, what the PS4 was codenamed during development.
As Cinemablend points out, it's entirely possible that someone could have typed out the nearly 2,000 lines of code and pasted it online; however, there's more than enough evidence from the past that suggest such a leak is true -- and that a PC and PS4 version could exist. Interestingly, there was no mention of the Xbox One.
GTA 5 is out for Xbox 360 and PS3 tomorrow, but what about a PC and next-gen version?