Grand Theft Auto IV Summary
In light of vast criticism, Take-Two have begun to relax the guidelines dictating which modding communities they'll seek to shut down in the future.
Created back during the Grand Theft Auto IV days, the popular OpenIV modding tool is going back where it all began - to bring Liberty City into Grand Theft Auto V.
Grand Theft Auto IV was a landmark event for not just Rockstar, but the gaming community the world over. The first numbered title in the crime sandbox series in over seven years had everyone jumping out of a chopper in the hopes of scaling the inside of Lady Liberty herself to tug at her very real heartstrings. But even with GTA V having been around for years, Rockstar isn't done with Nico.
The PC modding community has been busy pulling apart the once secure files of Grand Theft Auto V, and have discovered some material references to horses and the shuffling undead. Technically it does have a zombie already.
While the creative juices maybe flowing in the community, so far very little is possible to change in the game. We're not quite there yet adding in the superheroes and piano cars, but we're now a step closer.
Custom soundtracks in Grand Theft Auto V can 'integrate' into radio station with DJ banter and commericals
You may remember that putting your own music intoGrand Theft Auto IV would dump the custom tracks into Independence FM, a special radio station designed to act just like the official in-game stations.
The feature is returning in Grand Theft Auto V on PC, with DJs Cliff Lee and Andee hosting Self Radio. Although you don't have to use it, and can instead simply play the music in order or by shuffling through.