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Take-Two takes action against GTA modes

It is likely that the company is preparing to launch its new creations.

In the first half of August, Take-Two Interactive’s move to ban a number of GTA mods that had hitherto been popular had a huge resonance. Society did not welcome the decision, but in the background there was probably a good chance that it could be remade, which was later confirmed by sources.

First, there have been reports on the World Wide Web that authorities abroad have filed so-called DMCA requests for several popular modifications in an effort to make their distribution on the Internet impossible. The campaign was launched with an attack on a database called LibertyCity, which gave way to mods like Vice Cry: Remastered 1.0, OpenManhunt 1.0.0, Liberty revind, Bullworth – OpenBull 1.0.0, ViIV (Alpha version 3), Grand Theft Auto V: Bullworth 0.1 [ALPHA]and SA2LC and Liberty City & Vice City v4.0. It is clear from the names that the perpetrators moved the locations and characters of the old members of the series to the newer development engines, integrating their features, but thanks to this move, downloads are no longer available, although some modes are still available online, and can appear in many different pages.

Shortly thereafter, Kotaku reported that the studio was likely preparing to release its own remake, justifying action against the edits. It wouldn’t be a single rethink, he’s supposed to be well versed in the studio’s plans Sources He argues that a number of different titles could be played in the near future, which were initially meant to be offered as a bonus (for those who purchased versions of GTA V or GTA Online for next-generation consoles during the pandemic), but later plans were changed, and the company opted to release This year, so it will happen soon indeed.

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It may be easy for the recent versions to appear only on consoles initially (including the Nintendo Switch), and the PC and mobile versions will only launch next year. There are indications that the latest versions of GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas will be available soon.