Rockstar hasn’t made any single player DLC for Grand Theft Auto V, and this long after the game’s release, it’ll probably never happen. One reason why? The game’s publisher, Take-Two Interactive, keeps bragging about how much money Grand Theft Auto Online is making.
There’s snow in Los Santos today, which is, y’know, nice. But the other freak occurrence—becoming or slaying feral manbeasts that can jump over buildings—in Rockstar Games’ fake Los Angeles is a lot more fun. See for yourselves.
The multiplayer competitions in Grand Theft Auto Online tends to happen in big, spread-out sections of Rockstar’s fake Los Angeles. But the newest ways to take out fools in the online version of Los Santos happens in tightly confined spaces, making for quick, spectacular sessions.
Wow. GTA Online can be damn terrifying!
Starting today, Los Santos gets even scarier, thanks to a bunch of new additions to GTA Online. New masks and cars—including a tricked-out hearse—will be joined by Slasher Adversary mode, where one player stalks seven others in the darkness.
Meet Los Demonios. They are a GTA Online crew that is looking for new blood.
When it was announced, GTA Online felt like the most exciting thing to ever happen to Grand Theft Auto.
GTA Online is getting some new public activities—they’re called Freemode Events, and our friends at Kotaku UK say they’re rad. Go read Kotaku UK’s impressions for more info.
Ten brave GTA Online players line up with their favorite cars in a tunnel. A train looms in the distance. Can they stop it?
What happens when you try being friendly to fellow GTA Online players? Chaos, bloodshed, and rudeness, that’s what.
Dissatisfied with the gameplay of the PC version of GTA Online, a group of modders built a service that let them host custom multiplayer variants. Now, they’re finding themselves permanently blocked from playing Grand Theft Auto V and other games published by GTA maker Rockstar.
Poor MrRedSkull167. All he wanted to do was land his fancy fighter jet. Instead, let this be a reminder: some days in GTA Online, nothing goes according to plan.
Sometimes, you have no choice but to fight fire with fire.
Here is a look at just how ridiculous the cheating situation on GTA Online can become.
This isn’t some kind of subtle political commentary, is it, Rockstar?
How do you deal with hackers that are dead-set on making everyone’s GTA Online experience awful? You return the favor by making their life a living hell, too.
I mean, technically, you can. They’ll invite you, you can accept their invites, and you may then begin a long and difficult sequence of missions with a team of random internet weirdos. You just shouldn’t.
Oh god. I had the most embarrassing thing happen last night during a game of GTA.
I don’t remember how I came across the clip. Maybe someone sent it to me. Maybe I had opened it earlier in the day, while looking for something else. It was just... there, in the middle of a sea of other browser tabs. “GHOST CAUGHT IN GTA,” the title promised. Of course I watched it.
Last weekend, over a dozen players met up in GTA Online. They were all in decked out in trucks, jeeps, and other rugged four-wheel vehicles. They had one goal in mind: to cross the entirety of the Los Santos wilderness—rivers, mountains, forests and all.