Following rumors about the GTA Remastered Trilogy in late 2020 on Rockstar’s official GTA forums, the topic has managed to gain a lot of steam. The listing of the GTA Remastered Trilogy on a Korean ratings board back in September 2021 only fueled the rumors and increased discussion even more. That listing didn’t give any information about the trilogy, but it was labeled as “not for youths,” which isn’t surprising by any means.
So far, there has been no official word from Rockstar or 2K to even confirm that the GTA Remastered Trilogy even exists, let alone has an approaching launch date. The appearance on the Korean ratings board does suggest that an announcement is imminent, and now Kotaku is reporting that plans surrounding the remastered GTA games had changed quite a bit. The latest word is that Rockstar is planning to release GTA Remastered...
Once again, the official Rockstar Support account on Twitter is answering questions about Grand Theft Auto 6. Well, it’s not exactly answering them, but it’s at least acknowledging them – directing fans of the yet-to-be-confirmed game to Rockstar Newswire for official updates. Of course, these replies, which were scattered across the last week, also confirmed that Rockstar has “not released any information” about GTA 6.
There is no news on that topic yet. Please stay tuned to the Rockstar Newswire for official updates: https://t.co/i1zkZw0nsH *KG— Rockstar Support (@RockstarSupport) September 7, 2020
Following Rockstar’s renewing of both GTA 6 and Vice City Online domain names, it’s not surprising that Rockstar Supports new attentiveness to GTA 6 would spark new rumors. The same thing happened when Rockstar introduced a new logo and when GTAVI.com was updated to no-longer point to the official GTA 5 website. Just a...
Don’t be ashamed – everyone cheats now and then. That’s why you’re here, right? You’ve been playing GTA V for the better part of a decade and now it’s time to get crazy. Well, as it was with previous Grand Theft Auto games, there are plenty GTA 5 cheats too. You can raise or lower your wanted level, spawn a number of vehicles, and even choose to be immortal for a limited period (5 minutes at a time.) There are also a bunch of fun cheats, like moon gravity or super jump.
If you thought Los Santos was your playground before, these cheats codes are going to push it to the next level. Just be warned that once you input one cheat code, any trophies or achievements will be disabled until you restart the game, so make sure you use a separate extra save file...
Grand Theft Auto V has to be one of the most versatile games ever made. It’s been on the market since 2013 and has been continually updated ever since, keep its massive playerbase happy and keeping the online world more interesting that we expected. Outside of rumors, there’s not a lot to say about GTA 6, but you can make GTA V look outlandishly real via some rather simple modding. You want 4K graphics? You can do that. Do you want it to look as real as possible with official real-life vehicles? Well, you can do that too. Here is a list of the best mods and how to install them. I promise – it’s easier than you think, and you’ll be happy you did it.
Warning: GTA V mods are for local gameplay only, and you will have to disable any active mods before...
Grand Theft Auto V is no stranger to the modding community. In fact, there are more mods out there that you can count on your hands and toes, but there are only a few of them that really stand out. One of those is the Natural Vision mod, and it really made GTA V look amazing. Now, Razed, the developers behind that mod have released a trailer for Natural Vision Evolved, and it takes the game about as close to Photorealism as you could really expect.
The trailer that you see above is one of the best mod trailers we’ve seen for GTA V, and it confirms just how much of an overhaul Evolve represents over the original Natural Vision mod. Razed isn’t the only person behind the mod, though, as other modders did lend some assistance here and there. Be that as it may,...
Rumors about Grand Theft Auto 6 (GTA VI) have been flying around for a while now, but a new report sheds what appears to be some legitimate light on the game, including that it’s currently in the early development stages and could end up being more like GTA Online than what GTA V was at launch.
This new report comes from Kotaki, and follows up on its investigation into what Rockstar employees called “crunch culture.” The important takeaway from a rather lengthy report is that Rockstar management has created a plan for its next game, “a new entry in the Grand Theft Auto series.” That last sentence is important, because that’s how the game is referred to as opposed to GTA 6, but for the sake of clarity, we’ll continue on as we always have.
According to this report, GTA 6 will be “moderately sized” at...
Rockstar has remained extremely quiet about anything related
to Grand Theft Auto 6,
refusing to acknowledge any existence of a working title or any working being
done whatsoever. GTA V is received rather frequent updates, which really doesn’t
help the support the idea that a new GTA VI is coming. Back in February 2020
did showcase a new logo that sparked rumors that a new GTA was coming, but
outside of that, there is zero real evidence. Now, the website gtavi.com,
which once redirected to the official Grand
Theft Auto 5 website, has been updated and now directs to absolutely
nothing. Is this evidence that Rockstar is gearing up to announce GTA VI or is
it just more smoke and mirrors?
This weird occurance was originally spotted by Reddit user Bozidarilic, who also
posted a Whois report for the site that indicates it was updated on March 23,
2020. It has been in existence since May...
Following an announcement last month from Rockstar, Grant Theft Auto is once again on Steam. If you’re wondering why it was gone in the first place, the Games for Windows Live was removed, which means no online multiplayer whatsoever. To compensate for its absence, players that bought Grand Theft Auto 4 or Liberty City Stories now have access to the Complete Edition, which is composed of all DLC packs and the base game.
The other version has been completely removed and is no longer playable, but if you want to start from where you left, you can load your saves from the previous version of the game - the files will be compatible in the most cases. There is bad news coming for multiplayer players. You won’t be able to join any more multiplayer games. The multiplayer mode has been removed so all you're left...
Most of the time, we are gamers, but when a small change is made or a new video is released, we - as a community - go nuts. We plut down the gaming set and start looking for clues. Sometimes we looka little too far into things and sometimes doing so uncovers secrets. so, is that's what's happening with the new Rockstar logo? The logo has hardly been released and, sure enough, the rumor mill is working overtime.
Rockstar's New Logos
Let’s start with the first logo, the one for the sidebar, which presents a golden robot hugging the Rockstart logo. At the moment, Rockstart has nothing to do with robots, in any game that they have developed. At least not year, anyway. Perhaps in the future, we’ll get a game focused on robots and thieves. In that case, the logo might make a little...
It looks like Lester, the comic store owner its in need of assistance. You have to find 100 Actions Figures, all of which are scattered across the whole map. To complete the mission, you must log in, after that, Lester will contact you and ask you to search for lost action figures. Most of them are in the City, but it's a big ass city and you'll burn hours and hours trying to fin them all. Well, not necessarily thanks to @Foxysnaps who put together a map that pinpoints the location of each and every one.
After all this effort, the reward will be GTA$150,000 and 150,000RP. Besides all the money you earn, you also get the "Impotent Rage" outfit, a brand new haircut, and for the penthouse, 8 figurines to decorate your home.