Rockstar Leeds hiring graphics programmer to bring its “latest titles to the PC platform”

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 9 July 2013 21:37 GMT

Rockstar Leeds is hiring a graphics programmer which would be tasked with helping the developer bring its “latest titles to the PC platform.”

The job ad was pulled, but not before PC Gamer and Rockstar Watch got an eye full of it.

According to the listing, the ideal candidate would be working together with the other Rockstar studios and would be “responsible for maintaining the studio’s uncompromising quality bar, delivering the highest quality PC experience possible.”

The latest Rockstar title to be released was Red Dead Redemption, and GTA 5 isn’t out until September 17.

A PC version of GTA 5 was listed on both Amazon Germany and GamesOnly back in May, and while both listings were removed, a representative from GamesOnly confirmed the existence of such a edition stating “the content, as it is stated in the item description is correct.” No further word on the matter has been uttered.

Back in November 2012, Rockstar’s vice-president Dan Houser said a PC version was under “consideration,” and a petition to bring the game to the PC has 185,001 signatures.

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