In an unprecedented move within the GTA modding scene, Rockstar Games yesterday announced that the team behind FiveM and RedM multiplayer on PC has officially joined the company. Cfx.re, or CitizenFX Collective, is a small team behind the development of both FiveM and RedM clients, a PC multiplayer mod that connects to Grand Theft Auto V or Red Dead Redemption
If you’re a regular in GTA social media circles, chances are you’ve heard about the recent events in which Take-Two Interactive, wholly owners of Rockstar Games’ titles, are taking legal action against a group of programming enthusiasts responsible for reverse engineering GTA III and GTA Vice City. The work-in-progress projects, known as re3 and reVC, were first shared on code
Welcome to Snap Saturday, GTANet’s ode to the virtual photography community who continue to capture some amazingly creative shots across GTA and Red Dead. What is one of the best things in Grand Theft Auto? Other than shooting up everyone and everything you see, robbing stores in go-karts or jetpacks, making the police’s life harder every dar, going on odd jobs
“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,
X-Seti from the GTA: State of Liberty project has requested assistance with mapping and other modding duties to speed up progress with the mod. State of Liberty is a project designed to bring Liberty City (of GTA3), Vice City and San Andreas to a single game engine. Head on over to the topic at GTAF for more.
After many hours of work, Design Your Own Mission (DYOM) creators Dutchy3010 and PatrickW have opened their new mission database to the public. Those familiar with the original will know it offered hosting with basic authentication for management, but after DYOM’s massive success an overhaul of the web operations was deemed necessary. The new features include an account system, so