Grand Theft Auto V players have built some incredible multiplayer missions with the GTA Online Content Creator. Rockstar Games rang in the New Year by highlighting six of the best missions.
Since Rockstar Games released the Content Creator for GTA Online, players have created and published over one million new Jobs. This weekend the developer announced the first Rockstar Verified Jobs, a set of ten missions that they feel are the best player creations.
The year is at an end. We've reached the pinnacle month of a year ready to retire and we're just one week away from welcoming in 2014 with open (or closed) arms. With gaming enthusiasts, bloggers, journalists, pundits, bums, YouTubers and streamers in between all giving their opinion of what they felt were the best game(s) of 2013, one of the more pertinent questions is what did you feel topped the “Best of” list for 2013?
Rockstar Games will be updating GTA 5's multiplayer tomorrow with a new mode called Capture. Capture mode will be available for free through automatic update 1.08 on PS3 and Xbox 360.
Remember Nightride FM? The radio station that was to be a throwback of electro-synth from the golden era of music that primed our heads to nod and our feet to tap during the confetti-colored neon lights of the 1980s never made it into the final version of Grand Theft Auto V. Many gamers, including myself, was dearly looking forward to all that the Nightride FM station had to offer, but alas it was not meant to be... until now.
Today GTA 5 players can now create their own deathmatch and races events for the game's multiplayer. The beta version of the GTA Online Creators toolset is now available for free on both Xbox 360 and PS3.
GTA 5 Online DLC Will Let Players Build Their Own Missions This Week, Single-Player DLC Coming In 2014
Rockstar Games provided a huge update on their DLC plans for Grand Theft Auto V today. The upcoming slate of downloadable content will begin on Tuesday with the launch of the Deathmatch and Races Creators Tool.
The first downloadable content for Grand Theft Auto V will go live on November 19th. The Beach Bum DLC provides new diversions for the game's multiplayer and will be free to download.
The D.A.G.E.R. System is a review utility setup designed to help disabled gamers learn about the latest and greatest games and how well they meet the criteria for those with visual, audio or motor impairment disabilities. Well, two big new games have been added to the database and they didn't score so well.
Grand Theft Auto V allows players to share photos they've taken with their characters' smartphone within the game world. Rockstar is trying to encourage more of these photos with a Snapmatic contest.
Next month Rockstar Games will begin releasing downloadable content for Grand Theft Auto Online, the online mode for Grand Theft Auto V. The first DLC for the game is called the Beach Bum Pack and provides several new items and activities.
The latest patch for Grand Theft Auto V's multiplayer has made it harder for players to earn GTA$. Replaying a GTA Online mission now gives you only 50% of the usual payout.
By now, it shouldn't even be a question as to whether or not Grand Theft Auto V is coming to PC. For those intent on believing it's a swan song for current gen and an exclusive to the crappy old Xbox 360 and PS3, you might want to pretend to start cutting onions, because there's some salt-inducing news regarding GTA V arriving on PC.
Some gamers have already started modding Grand Theft Auto V despite the fact that a PC version hasn't even been announced yet. That hasn't stopped eager gamers from messing around with the file structures and adding in new content to the game.
Rockstar Games released a title update for Grand Theft Auto V this weekend to fix the problems plaguing its multiplayer component, GTA Online. Unfortunately, players are still encountering issues with GTAO's progression system.