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GTA Online has decided to make this random weekend into a special one. They're upping the rewards for several multiplayer activities.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
What would John Marston, the hero of Red Dead Redemption, look like if he was dropped into the world of Grand Theft Auto V? The folks over at GTA Series Videos may have the answer, putting together a pretty clever tribute to the beloved Western-themed game.
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.
Now here's a mod that's so ridiculous it's actually kind of cool. The mod turns the game's bullets into cars. Yes, the bullets that you shoot in GTA V are transformed into cars. The results are pretty much what you would expect from cars being blasted out of a gun at a high rate of velocity.
Using a mix of the Arduino Leonardo PCB and an Ethernet shield connected to a PC, and running a webserver in connection with the Arduino Leonardo, one enterprising user was able to get the in-game phone in GTA V to connect with his real life iPhone.
Over the past week customers who purchased GTA V have been complaining about their accounts being compromised and stolen. How the accounts were compromised hasn't been disclosed yet, but after a lot of pressure and some fairly damning evidence of their customer support not being up to par, the company has finally started rolling out solutions to the problem.
Rockstar Games released the first major patch for Grand Theft Auto 5's PC version over the weekend. The update fixes several huge bugs with the newly launched port.