Last week I started sizing up the new GTA Online update, Import/Export. It added a ton of new missions and wacky cars. But a lot of this content was inaccessible if you didn’t have a lot of in-game money. You’d have to be rich (virtually, at least) to play it. So I spent the last week getting money and have been…
Grand Theft Auto Online’s newest free expansion, Import/Export, is out today. It mostly involves stealing and driving incredible cars, including the ramp car in the video here, posted on YouTube by gamer Oderus Orungus. More details on Rockstar’s site.
Dirty Worka and Carbine King—not their real names, as you may have guessed—are two Grand Theft Auto Online players who clash about one important thing. Dirty Worka hates the rampant cheating in the game. Carbine King is a boastful cheater. Despite this, they’re friends and sometimes play against each other.
Today’s Deadline update for Grant Theft Auto’s ever-expanding multiplayer component transforms GTA Online into GTA Tronline, with futuristic light-trailing motorcycles and a new adversary mode in which to crash them.
I was sitting in a police car in a video game. Next to me was a Grand Theft Auto Online fan who didn’t want to play the game the way most people do. Actually, he was doing something the game was never really built for.
Coming soon to the multiplayer side of Grand Theft Auto V, the Bikers update will allow players to recreate their Sons of Anarchy fantasies in real-time with up to seven fellow motorcycle enthusiasts.
Many oohs and aahs rang out at the upgraded visuals when Rockstar first started showing off the upgraded PS4 and Xbox One versions of Grand Theft Auto V. Now that the game's out, players are documenting the game's beauty themselves with some amazing photographs.
In response to player complaints about not being able to bring over last-gen GTA Online characters to new-gen GTA V, Rockstar is deploying a patch for to address a GTA Online character transfer problem. PlayStation platforms will be getting the patch today, with an Xbox version to follow tomorrow.
If you start hearing a little kid singing disturbing renditions of nursery songs in your Grand Theft Auto Online sessions, you better start running.
"Use the eject button to look like a fabulous dolphin."
I'm sure this guy has had some good games of Grand Theft Auto Online, where everything just went his way. This was not one of those games.
When you play a game for long enough, you start noticing patterns, as well as certain types of people you seem to encounter regularly. In the case of GTA Online, you can basically expect a lot of death, chaos, and little kids trying to act tough.
Grand Theft Auto Online will be down for maintenance beginning tonight at 9 p.m. EST. Rockstar Games says it will return "within 24 hours" after then.
Ten user-created jobs in Grand Theft Auto Online were "officially certified" by Rockstar Games yesterday, meaning all players on all platforms will be able to play them. They're the first gigs to get the Rockstar stamp of approval since the GTA Online Creator toolkit released.
A beautiful sight, we're shooting each other in the face tonight, walking through Grand Theft Auto Online's magical holiday snowfall. I'm sorry. I probably could have resisted if I'd tried harder. Let's just unwrap Rockstar's Christmas gifts. (Update: Rockstar says the snow is tomorrow only.)
Grand Theft Auto Online's free race and deathmatch creation tools are live. As teased earlier in the week, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 players can now create and share custom vehicle races and kill everybody matches in Grand Theft Auto V's online playground. Check out the full content of the update over at Rockstar's…