The BBC released a trailer for its direct-to-TV film, The Gamechangers, a dramatized retelling of Rockstar's claim to fame with the Grand Theft Auto series.
After learning that the Rockstar Editor is heading to PS4 and Xbox One, we heard of some new features coming to Los Santos' official video program.
For years, fans have been toiling away in Grand Theft Auto IV, creating homemade add-ons for the likes of Frozen, Batman, Superman, Captain America and more. However, the limitations of the previous entry became more and more obvious every year after its release. It took longer than expected for Rockstar Games to bring Grand Theft Auto V to the PC, but once the game arrived, it took little time for modders to let loose in the latest open world adventure from the fan-favorite developer. With GTA V came a bigger, more detailed sandbox to play in. The faux California setting also made it perfect for the return of Tony Stark and his alter ego, Iron Man. Thanks to JulioNIB, Iron Man and his MK III armor can now be used to wreak havoc on the streets of Los Santos. As you can see in the video, Iron Man isn't exactly welcome in the neighborhood The Families (Franklin's former gang) calls home. NPCs react to him with the proper indignation and lack of respect. You'd think people would learn by now not to diss a man in an armored suit, but sometimes you need to earn respect on the streets. With little provocation, Iron Man lets loose on some passing cars, showing off the brute strength added to the suit to make it more than just a cosmetic upgrade.
Rockstar Games has announced that the second part of the Ill-Gotten Gains Update for Grand Theft Auto Online will be dropping soon.
Rockstar Games' parent company, Take-Two Interactive, has filed a lawsuit against the British Broadcasting Corporation over its upcoming Grand Theft Auto TV drama.
Rockstar has starting swinging the banhammer at all the players who have been using mods (including cosmetic ones) in the PC version of Grand Theft Auto Online.
The British Broadcasting Corporation has confirmed that Daniel Radcliffe and Bill Paxton, of Harry Potter and Titanic fame respectively, will star in its Grand Theft Auto biopic.
Steam is telling Skyrim to step aside because Grand Theft Auto V has just come around to steal its place as the game with the most concurrent users on Steam.
BBC Two has chosen Bill "Game Over, Man" Paxton to star as the Rockstar Games-opposing attorney Jack Thompson in its historical Grand Theft Auto drama.
The first fan-made video from the Rockstar Editor showcases the super cool things you can do in the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V.