GTA 5 PC players without this mod are missing out

GotGame writes: "If there’s one thing the Grand Theft Auto games have always been good at it’s chaos. I remember playing my first Grand Theft Auto, which was Vice City, and assuming that setting the city on fire with gunfire and explosions was the point of the game. I was wrong of course, but also kind of right, right?"

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SilentNegotiator1263d ago (Edited 1263d ago )

...on getting banned? Unfortunately, PC gamers in general are missing out on what this game's full potential should have been.

Rockstar is missing out. The PC version could have sold better and had more dedicated players to buy DLC in the future if not for their ridiculous policy on mods for this game.

IrishSt0ner1263d ago (Edited 1263d ago )

What ridiculous policy? You mean the same unchanged policy on modifications from 2008? Mods are allowed for GTAV, you just can't use them online for obvious reasons.

The PC version sold more than the next-gen consoles combined in the same timeframe.

What's the problem?

hay1263d ago

It's either 'do not support' or 'moderate' each one of the mods to make it safe. They choose the former and it's kind of one of two logical things to do.

TeamLeaptrade1263d ago

This would be a ton of fun. I don't remember ever using riot modes in past GTA games, but if I ever get the PC version I'll surly get this mod.

vork771263d ago

and the GTA 5 members without the mods are not banned

crazyxelite1263d ago

Rockstar don't ban anyone that mod the singleplayer. Is safe.