The holidays were a bit gloomy for gamers thanks to DDoS attacks against both Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network, meaning that console owners new and old were left unable to take their games online for several days in a row. Rockstar Games decided to take a little sting off of the situation, though, extending their festive plans for Grand Theft Auto V to an indeterminate amount of time.
If you're a Star Wars fan, you've probably watched the teaser trailer for The Force Awakens way too many times. However, you should really check out this gamer's detailed recreation of the trailer within Grand Theft Auto 5.
Rockstar Games has launched a special holiday event for GTA 5. The Festive Surprise brings players several new activities and gifts from now until January 5th.
GTA Online's cooperative heists still aren't in the game a year after they were announced. In a new apology to players, Rockstar explained the delay and promised a free gift.
Over a year after first announcing online heists for GTA 5, Rockstar Games finally shared some details. They've released a trailer and screenshots along with release date information for the long-delayed feature.
Target Australia removed Grand Theft Auto 5 from its stores because of an online petition complaining about the game. Now gamers have responded with a petition of their own.
Target isn't the only retailer in Australia refusing to sell Grand Theft Auto V. A day after the chain decided to take the game off their shelves, Kmart is doing the same.
Grand Theft Auto V is flying off the shelves, but not in a good way. Target has decided to remove the game from 300 of its locations.
There are many differences between the PS4 and Xbox One versions of GTA 5 and their last-gen counterparts. However, one thing is the same: you can cheat your ass off.
Those of you looking to party like a Rockstar this weekend might want to check out Grand Theft Auto 5 for all of your tricking and treating needs. Get ready for an online Halloween event, with double cash and double experience being offered for all deathmatch competitions throughout the weekend. There are some other ghoulish festivities, to boot.
GTA 5's PS4 version will run at a native 1080p resolution, according to Official PlayStation Magazine. The mag revealed this fact during a pre-launch preview of the game in their latest issue.
Believe it or not, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was released 10 years ago. Rockstar Games will celebrate this milestone with a special GTA Online weekend event.
Congratulations! You've been formally invited to the GTA 5 beta test starting soon on Xbox One.
GTA 5 will launch on PS4 and Xbox One later this fall. Players who decide to pre-order the PS4 version will get a little something extra.
Rockstar Games has revealed a feature for the new-gen versions of GTA 5 that should make shooter or racing fans happy.