Take-Two remains reluctant to discuss even the possibility of a version of Grand Theft Auto V for PC.
When asked about GTA V on PC during a financials call on Monday, Take-Two CEO Karl Slatoff commented, "At this point there's really nothing for us to say about that."
He went on, "We haven't announced anything as it relates to any other platforms versus what's out there."
Currently only available on PS3 and Xbox 360, expectations are high that the firm will release a PC version this year, as it has done with previous GTA games.
Despite historical trends and several retailer listings pointing to a PC release, the publisher has resiliently maintained its silence on the platform.
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.
Take-Two announced Monday that GTA V shipments have hit 32.5 million, putting it on track to take the record of the best-selling standalone console game of all time.