A GTA Online player goes to the top of a building and walks towards the end of the roof. Before they reach the edge, their character suddenly dies and is teleported to the ground below. Another player is walking up a set of stairs when the same thing happens. There are no gunshots or explosions—just a quiet death and…
The Grand Theft Auto games’ massive cities are separate from one another. You can’t fly west from the Florida-based Vice City to the LA-inspired Los Santos. But one fan and his small team of modders are trying to make this possible, in GTA: San Andreas.
Many Grand Theft Auto Online players got a surprise when they started the game on July 1st. Some players received a message purporting to be from Rockstar Games advertising GTA 6 was launching in 2019 and could be pre-ordered now. Unfortunately for those excited for a new GTA, the messages are fakes likely being sent…
Grand Theft Auto Online is always being updated. Every week new events and discounts go live, and many recent updates have also added new modes. Here’s a roundup of some of the modes added in the last few months. Many of these newer modes show GTA Online continuing to head into an interesting direction, including a…
Even without mods, Grand Theft Auto V is a violent game. You can run over human beings and animals, shoot people with powerful long range rifles, burn police officers alive with molotovs or even beat someone to death with a baseball bat. But some players desire more realistic and sometimes gory details.
As reported previously by our sister site in the UK, Rockstar is removing a number of songs in Grand Theft Auto IV due to licensing issues. A sizable patch for the game went live today cutting lots of songs across all the radio stations, including some classics, while only adding a few back by way of some lesser known…
Our colleagues at Kotaku UK broke the news yesterday that music licensing issues will force Rockstar Games to remove some songs from Grand Theft Auto IV, a game that celebrates its 10-year anniversary this month.
Speedrunners want to complete games or meet special conditions as fast as possible but some games are so massive that it can take days to get through them, even if you’re playing as quickly as possible.
Jet packs, flying cars, underwater cars and a trip inside the mysterious Mount Chilliad—all that and more look like they’ll be part of The Doomsday Heist, a surprise “epic new online adventure” Rockstar announced today for Grand Theft Auto Online. It’ll be out on December 12.
Over the last 20 years, modding has been a huge part of Grand Theft Auto’s culture. Not only do mods keep older GTA games alive, they allow large communities with different interests to form around the series. Here are some of the most popular, influential, and weirdest mods in GTA history.
Aliens? That’s old hat, baby stuff—a rack of old hats made for babies. Modders have decided to turn Rockstar’s small step outside the bounds of planet Earth into a giant leap.
Right now, a little over 1,000 people are watching an AI drive like a maniac on GTA V. I can’t look away, even as the AI causes pandemonium across the streets of Los Santos.
Last year, some people became obsessed with an old fast food order that happens in GTA San Andreas. And now, a competitive eater tracked down all the food in real life, ordered it, and then tried to eat it all in one sitting.
You can go several hours in Grand Theft Auto IV before you get a gun. Soon after that, you’re blasting your way through shootouts with SWAT teams. But for those first few hours, you’re just some guy in Brooklyn, trying to make a new life.
In case your team of Phantom Thieves ever feel like moving onto crimes of a more tangible nature, here are a series of downloads that will let you run around Los Santos as Ann, Makoto, Yusuke and Joker.
Grand Theft Auto Online’s Tiny Racers update, releasing next week, applies a little historical perspective to the game’s stunt racing, a callback to the series’ top-down origins.
I don’t think anybody would call GTA firefighters “competent,” but even so, their chaos can reach hilarious new heights under the right conditions.
For brief period over the weekend, Grand Theft Auto Online players were robbed of one of the game’s basic joys—they couldn’t steal police cars. Fortunately for them, the police couldn’t access them either.