‘Grand Theft Auto V’

Rockstar Games returns on the cusp of new console releases with a huge current-gen send-off in Grand Theft Auto V. The studio’s latest open world opus follows three colorful sociopaths through a series of heists in and around the Los Angeles-inspired city of Los Santos. The strongest entry yet in the series, GTA V combines bar-raising graphics with tight gameplay and a stunningly detailed world.

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Upcoming GTA 5 mod makes the game nearly photo-realistic

It's not available yet, but the new ToddyEnhancer mod will have you wondering if you're playing GTA V or watching a live-action movie version.

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This GTA V mod recreates Vice City in all its neon glory

If you find yourself wanting to revisit the sunny Vice City from the franchise's earlier days, this upcoming Grand Theft Auto V mod will allow you to do exactly that. In the meantime, at least you can watch the video preview.

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Why add a grappling hook to GTA V? Just ’cause!

A modder has replicated Just Cause 2's beloved grappling hook in Grand Theft Auto 5 for PC, letting players wreak havoc like tethering pedestrians to police helicopters, or all sorts of other physics-driven shenanigans.

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The Rockstar Editor is coming to Grand Theft Auto V on PlayStation 4, Xbox One

n the Asked & Answered Q & A on its website yesterday, Rockstar Games revealed that the Rockstar Editor from the PC edition of Grand Theft Auto V would indeed be coming to the game on consoles as well.

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Rockstar says no more heists for Grand Theft Auto V

Fans of GTA Online will be disappointed to hear that Rockstar has no plans at present to develop more Heists for Grand Theft Auto V on any platform.

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How to make your own radio station in Grand Theft Auto 5 for PC

4K resolution and 60 frames-per-second animation are great and all, but one of the best perks of Grand Theft Auto 5's new PC version is the ability to create your own, in-game radio station.

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Username bug thwarts Grand Theft Auto 5 update for some PC players

Grand Theft Auto V's PC launch has generally been issue-free, but an issue with the game and special characters in Windows usernames is keeping certain players from updating the game or installing it at all.

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Rockstar spills the beans on GTA V’s video card requirements

Rockstar has broken down the GPUs required to run GTA V in 4K. The requirements are not as daunting as expected to play at 30 frames per second, but 60 FPS will be a system-slayer.

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