Listings for a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V have appeared on Amazon's French and German websites.
With placeholder box art and no suggested release date, the pages lack significant information on the supposed port, other than claims it's compatible with Windows 7 and Vista.
However it's not uncommon for premature listing on the retailer giant's site to out incoming projects, and Rockstar has previously confirmed that it would consider a PC version.
The Amazon France listing has since been pulled, but at the time of publish the Amazon Germany product page is still live.
Amazon Germany previously listed a PC version of Grand Theft Auto V back in May 2013, but that too was eventually removed from the site.
The latest entry in Rockstar's open-world crime series generated $1 billion in just three days of availability on PS3 and Xbox 360.
GTA 4's PC version hit the market seven months after the PS3 and Xbox 360 editions. A similar time frame would put GTA 5's potential PC release around late spring or early summer 2014.
A fan petition urging Rockstar Games to release Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC has so far collected more than 650,000 signatures.