Grand Theft Auto 5's mods are getting more and more elaborate. The latest creation from the community introduces a Reaper from Mass Effect to the game.
Grand Theft Auto 5 and Mafia 3 are both open-world crime games so it's easy to lump the two together. However, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick said that the games are very different.
What’s the point of robbing banks and pulling off heists if you don’t have some big, flashy swag to spend all of that loot on? Thankfully, Grand Theft Auto V has got you covered, releasing its second batch of big ticket customization items with the launch of the “Ill-Gotten Gains Update Part 2.”
Part 2 of GTA 5's Ill-Gotten Gains Update will be arriving after the Fourth of July weekend. This update will bring a bunch of new multiplayer gear for players to purchase with their heist profits.
There's a video that managed to go viral featuring a semi-trailer pulling off a flip stunt in Grand Theft Auto V. The stunt itself is something you see a dozen times over with motorcycles and bikes, but seeing a massive truck pull off the stunt and land it perfectly has the internet buzzing like bees around a hive.
The mods for GTA V just keep getting better and better, and they're coming out faster than I ever would have imagined. The latest map mod for GTA V is an import of Liberty City from Grand Theft Auto III, and you can see a brief flyby of the map in a new video.
The map imports are starting to come fast and furiously for GTA V and one of those maps happens to be the 1980s themed Miami-inspired map from GTA Vice City. You can see how Vice City looks running in Rockstar's latest open-world action-crime title with a 12 minute video
There's no point in committing crime in Grand Theft Auto V if you can't do it with some style. Thankfully, Rockstar Games has a bunch of new ways to do exactly that through the upcoming “Ill-gotten Gains update: Part One,” which we now know is set to arrive this coming week.
The modding scene for GTA V continues to grow and flourish with all sorts of unique new ways to play the game. The latest addition to the modding scene that has taken the community by storm? The grappling hook from Avalanche Studios' Just Cause 2.
Grand Theft Auto V's PC version doesn't have many super hero mods just yet. However, players can now become Superman thanks to a new fan creation.
One of the latest community creations for GTA V is a tsunami mod that completely floods Los Santos. The mod is pretty cool as far as atmosphere and interactivity is concerned because it completely changes how people venture about Los Santos.
Rockstar is asking PC gamers to make an official music video in GTA 5 for the music band Wavves. Gamers will create a music video for the song “Leave”, and will be entered into a contest to win a couple prizes.
Hope you're happy playing the current set of online heists in GTA 5. Rockstar says that they won't be adding any more heists in the near future.