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Kick off Thanksgiving with GTA Online’s “Running Back” mode

Kick off Thanksgiving with GTA Online’s “Running Back” mode

When you think of Thanksgiving, a couple of things tend to come to mind: Turkey and football. By now, you've probably already got your plans for turkey sorted out. However, if you're not a big fan of sitting around watching the game, you might need another way to get your football fix. Don't worry though, Rockstar Games has you covered with a new game mode in Grand Theft Auto V.

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GTA Online gets Freemode Events update next week

GTA Online gets Freemode Events update next week

Rockstar Games has announced the Freemode Events update will be coming to GTA Online next week on September 15. The maker calls Freemode Events “a new advancement” when it comes to open world gameplay. The update will bring seamlessly integrated activities, says Rockstar, pushing gamers directly into the chaos sans lobbies, waiting for the game to load, menus, and other things. One will jump right into Freemode and be presented with different challenges and games as they start playing.

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Rockstar Editor will have new features on PS4, Xbox One

Rockstar Editor will have new features on PS4, Xbox One

Rockstar Editor will have new features when it arrives on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, it has been announced. The editor will be arriving on the consoles with the next Grand Theft Auto V update, allowing gamers to capture and edit their in-game footage. The editor is nothing new, but the features coming to the next-gen consoles are. The update will be arriving next month, and the new Rockstar Editor features will also be made available on the PC.

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Grand Theft Auto V for PC: three things you must know

Grand Theft Auto V for PC: three things you must know

Today is the first day Grand Theft Auto V is available for the PC. It's been available for gaming consoles for months, and today is a grand day in which the game is finally brought to a platform where it can shine brightest. But before you jump in and check out what all the hubbub is about, you're going to need to know three very important things. The first - do NOT begin streaming the game before you minimize your registration key window. Whatever you do, do NOT begin streaming when the game FIRST boots up.

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Rockstar Editor will let you stage your dream GTA video clip

Rockstar Editor will let you stage your dream GTA video clip

GTA V for PC is here, but it seems that Rockstar has something more for fans of the franchise on computers. Along with the release of the PC version of the title, the game developer will also be including the Rockstar Editor. This handy little tool will allow players not just capture and relive some of their best moments and stunts in the game, it will even let them cook up their own action sequences, in case what they find in game is just not quite to their standards.

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GTA V PC release Monday: what you’ll need to get started

GTA V PC release Monday: what you’ll need to get started

The release of Grand Theft Auto 5 for PC is almost over. We'll have a full review for you sometime later next week, but before then you might want to dive in on the details coming before the game becomes available. Availability begins on Monday at 12:01 AM - if you're lucky - and it'll be ready and willing to run at 4K if you've got the gear. Whether you plan on dropping in early with a pre-order or order on Monday, or you're planning on waiting for full-fledged reviews, here's what you're going to need.

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GTAV’s new PC requirements and a few 4K screen grabs to boot

GTAV’s new PC requirements and a few 4K screen grabs to boot

This week the folks at RockStar have dished out several screenshots - screen grabs, whatever you want to call them - from their current PC build of GTAV. They've also shared requirements for the game on PC, both minimum and recommended. And Yes, you will need Windows to run this game - no Mac or Linux allowed (as of yet, that is). This game was most recently set to arrive March 24th - but it's been bumped to April 14th, and that's (supposedly) the final word on that.

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Grand Theft Auto V update will fix graphics quality issue

Grand Theft Auto V update will fix graphics quality issue

If you're an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 owner and you've recently updated Grand Theft Auto V with Title Update 1.08, you've likely noticed a problem that has managed to catch Rockstar Games' attention: the graphics quality took a nose dive, and the enjoyability of gameplay went with it. Gamers have been complaining about this issue, and today Rockstar announced that it has set its sights on the problem. There's no fix yet, but one is being looked into, and as you'd expect, gamers will be given an update about when it is available.

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GTA V for PC delayed until April 10, Rockstar offers in-game cash

GTA V for PC delayed until April 10, Rockstar offers in-game cash

For those of you eagerly counting down to the release date of Grand Theft Auto V on PC, you may have to wait a bit longer. Although console players have been playing the game since its release on PS4 and Xbox One late last year, the PC version is taking its sweet time. Rockstar Games has announced that GTA V for PC will be launched on April 14th, 2015. For pre-order customers this may be excruciating, but Rockstar has conceded and is giving its pre-order customers an extra $200,000 in-game cash.

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GTA V for PC details drop ahead of March 24 release

GTA V for PC details drop ahead of March 24 release

Rockstar Games has dropped the details for Grand Theft Auto V for PC, as well as a gallery of several screenshots. The title will be released on March 24, a date shift that Rockstar has apologized for. According to the company, this change was due to needing a little extra time for "testing and polish", and Rockstar says it will make sure the few extra weeks of waiting will ultimately be worth it for gamers. We've got the system specs after the jump.

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RPX buys all Rockstar patents; promises licensing, not lawsuits

RPX buys all Rockstar patents; promises licensing, not lawsuits

Rockstar, the patent trolling firm formed by Apple, Sony, Microsoft and others, is dissolving as we know it. The company, which was formed after the member companies joined forces to purchase over 6,000 patents being sold by Nortel Networks during their bankruptcy, has sold 4,000 of those patents to patent firm RPX for a reported $900 million. The remaining 2,000 patents were distributed to the companies involved with Rockstar, and are not subject to this sale. Rockstar is also ending all current litigation to quickly close the deal.

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