As you’re already aware of, Grand Theft Auto V launched for XBOX 360 and Playstation 3 a few months ago to much fanfare and success. Noticeably absent from the release was a PC version and next-gen versions for XBOX One or Playstation 4.
Not long after the fake GTA V PC torrent started circulating torrent websites which infected users with malware, attackers are at it again this time in the form of a fake GTA V PC beta invite email that infects victims computers with malware.
Sure, the malware distributors and writers are to blame here, but Rockstar are partially responsible. Because GTA V for PC has not been officially 100% confirmed or denied, it has allowed malware writers to take advantage of the situation.
Don’t get me started on websites taking money from people in the form of pre-orders for a game that we aren’t even sure is coming to PC.
Rockstar needs to come clean here and put rumours to rest, hopefully stopping malware writers and websites taking pre-order cash. Everyone needs to get on with their lives, just tell us already Rockstar.