“It’s been a tumultuous 24 hours for the GTA community.” – that was how I started an article 4 years ago, on 16th June 2017, as the infamous modding tool OpenIV received a cease-and-desist order from Take-Two Interactive. The same could apply as I begin this summary again today in a turn of events that has shaken up the modding
Our community produces hundreds of screenshots from Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V, and although some are downright awful once in a while something great pops up that might as well be framed and displayed in your living room or gaming office. The staff will try and pick up our favourites and curated them weekly, enjoy our
Created by user vergessene at the forums, this tribute makes good use of converted assets to re-create thatForza vibe in the world of Grand Theft Auto IV. The race track has been converted by user iryu and in the video there is many vehicles created by several other community users.
It’s been a tumultuous 24 hours for the GTA community. It all began on Wednesday with the lead developer of veteran modding tool and file explorer OpenIV, and the previously upcoming Liberty City V map mod, announcing that the projects will be taken down due to a Cease and Desist order from Take-Two Interactive, Rockstar Games parent company and publisher. It came
The Liberty City in V mod is probably one of the most anticipated mods over GTA V PC’s lifespan. When the OpenIV Team first announced it over at the Maps Showroom forum, it was happy days for everyone expecting Liberty City to finally come to GTA V’s engine, especially after a picture of Liberty City had been found on an artist’s portfolio,
Multi Theft Auto (MTA) have announced a preview release of MTA: San Andreas Deathmatch, a free multiplayer modification for the PC version of GTA: San Andreas. The release is aimed at community members who wish to create game modes, maps, and other resources. “The key emphasis of this initial release is to get your help in making MTA the mod
For those of you who simply can’t wait for your next instalment, over on the forums Nebuk has developed a fully-functional Niko Bellic to replace CJ in San Andreas, and myster92 has created a version of the blue Classique Stallion as seen in the IV trailers. Installation is simple, all you need is a legal and working copy of San Andreas installed on your PC
GTA: Treasure Hunt is a contest organized by PatrickW and Dutchy3010, which involves searching for hidden packages and other tasks using a specially created GTA: San Andreas modfication. The contest will be hosted simultaneously on GTAForums.com and GTAForum.nl. To take part simply register at our forums and post in this topic. You will then be added to the list of participants. To take part you need a copy of
A new version of San Andreas Multiplayer has just been released, so be sure to download the new client if you want to continue playing on the best servers. This is mainly a bug-fix release, with some minor features added. See a full list of the new features below, and use the download links at the bottom of this post
Tanks, sniper rifles, trains, trams, gang zones, bug fixes and more… � Download Client: Download from SA-MP.com � Download Linux Server: Download from SA-MP.com � Download Windows Server: Download from SA-MP.com If you have a question or are experiencing problems, head over to the SA-MP forums.