Installing after-market modifications to enhance titles like GTA 5 seems like fun and games, and it is. That is until something goes wrong or someone breaches the trust of users by releasing a mod that isn't all it is made out to be. GTA 5 mods are becoming increasingly popular as a way of enhancing or bringing a little bit of additional madness to the already exhilarating game but it has recently been discovered that a number of popular mods for Rockstar's latest action-adventure game contain malware designed to log key strokes and maliciously obtain sensitive information from the installed machine.
The Grand Theft Auto series of games have always made some interesting use of technology. Be it either the radio stations played in cars when a player is cruising around or the mobile phones used by the lead character, there is always something to enjoy. Now you can mash your love of Grand Theft Auto 5 with your fondness for the iPhone after the two were thrown together in unholy matrimony.
GTA 5 for PC delayed release date along with minimum and required system specs for the game have been revealed. More details can be found right here after the break.
Grand Theft Auto 5 has a cult following really, with the latest re-release of the title for PS4 and Xbox One living it up on our big screens. The blockbuster from Rockstar was also supposed to be featuring a new online mode by now, called 'Heists', but it has been delayed for quite some time. Today, Rockstar has made it clear that this new DLC should be available early next year on all platforms, but there is no exact date.
A new trailer has been released that gives gamers a first real look at what Grand Theft Auto 5 will look like on the Xbox One and PS4.
Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto 5 is almost ready for its re-release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and as usual, the developer-publisher has been busily teasing the improvements with a swathe of blog posts and preview clips. We already knew that the title would offer a in-vehicle first-person mode, bringing the gaming experience somewhat in line with Call of Duty, Titanfall and the many other famed FPS games, but the reality of this feature is even better, with first-person mode set to be a part of the on-foot experience as well as inside the numerous modes of transport.
It has long since been known that a new, up-scaled and improved version of Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto 5 would be rolled out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in due course, and earlier this month, we got official confirmation of the release dates. The console edition will be headed our way on November 18th, with the Windows edition set to début on January 27th, but while PC users might still have a bit of a wait on their hands, we're now getting more information on just how much better this new version will be.
Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto 5 well and truly blew every previous video game release out of the water with its record-smashing release in late 2013. Having been pushed back from spring until September, the publisher teased some slick visuals at every opportunity throughout last year, and when it dropped, hordes of gamers went out to pick it up. Shortly after, though, both the PS4 and Xbox One hit the scene, with Rockstar promising that an updated and enhanced version would arrive for the two major consoles as well as PC, and now, we have firm dates for each. Details, as ever, can be seen below.
Everyone likes it when popular, and indeed awesome games get cheaper than their usual prices that they sell for, and it's safe to say that Grand Theft Auto is one of the most anticipated and best selling franchises there are. So, when Major Nelson says that Grand Theft Auto 5 is on sale, with a massive 50% off its normal price, then we tend to take notice. More details can be found right after the fold.
After the monumental success of Grand Theft Auto 5, you could forgive Rockstar Games for taking its foot off the gas somewhat and merely enjoying the moment, but then again, we know just by playing the immensely enjoyable title that Rockstar is a company that simply doesn't, by nature, rest on its laurels. Having remained fairly coy with regards to an upgraded, tweaked, and generally better version of GTA 5 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC, the company has now put the doubts to rest by making it official, and as you might expect, the gaming world has dived straight in to try and gather as many details as possible.