Grand Theft Auto V is still unbelieveably popular, years after its initial release.
Rockstar is expecting to make some big announcments soon, but isn’t indicating that anything is releasing soon
Apparently people are still playing GTA Online. Those people are in for a treat, as Rockstar promises that 2016 will play host to some great new GTA Online content.
The success of The Witcher 3 has given the CDPR team the resources to be “more ambitious on every single front” with Cyberpunk 2077.
Will Red Dead Redemption 2 be even bigger than its predecessor? Probably yeah, if this leaked map turns out to be true.
There are apparently still many people playing the free-to-play add-on to GTA V, and it seems they’re spending an awful lot of money on its microtransactions.
Rumours are once again suggesting we’ll see a Red Dead Redemption sequel at E3 this year – but I’m not convinced.
Rockstar promised substantial GTA V DLC that just never materialised That promised GTA V single-player DLC may finally be coming.
If you’re still playing GTA V on the old gen consoles, it’s probably time to move on, as those versions wont be getting any of the game’s new features and additions.
GTA Online’s Freemode update is out, bringing a host of online shenanigans that promise to make your return to Los Santos worth it.
Who expects docudramas to be accurate? I guess those being portrayed considering their reactions on twitter.
Grand Theft Auto V Online is getting a major content update next week, which will transform free roam into a more alive, more exciting space for players to engage in. As long as you’re on a newer version at least.