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Rockstar online games go offline in honor of George Floyd

Rockstar online games go offline in honor of George Floyd

As protests take place across the United States, we've seen many game companies this week announce plans to delay new content releases or reveals. Today, Rockstar Games went in a new direction, announcing that it will be shutting down its online games for a two-hour period this afternoon in honor of George Floyd, who was killed by police in Minneapolis on May 25th.

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GTA 5 free from Epic right now: Cheat codes revisited

GTA 5 free from Epic right now: Cheat codes revisited

Today we're taking a peek at Grand Theft Auto V (aka GTA V, or Grand Theft Auto 5), as it's released for free on the Epic Games Store temporarily. This game was originally released on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, as well as desktop via Windows, with a release date of September 17, 2013. Now, 7 years later, the game was given a temporary "free" release window on the Epic Games Store for Windows PC.

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Epic Games Store is down, but don’t worry

Epic Games Store is down, but don’t worry

Today Epic Games had a bit of a mishap, and it's ongoing as this article is set to go live. The situation here has to do with the release of the game Grand Theft Auto 5 (AKA GTA V) being given away for free. Imagine, one of the most interesting open world games ever made, given away for free, at the end of the school year, during a global pandemic - what could go wrong?

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Red Dead Redemption 2 comes to Xbox Game Pass as a fan-favorite departs

Red Dead Redemption 2 comes to Xbox Game Pass as a fan-favorite departs

Red Dead Redemption 2 was unquestionably one the biggest games of 2018, but if you're an Xbox One owner who missed it at launch, you'll soon have your chance to play it without spending full retail price on it. Microsoft has announced that the game will be coming to Xbox Game Pass, so subscribers will be able to download it and play through it without having to pay anything beyond their monthly subscription price.

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Grand Theft Auto IV PC pulled from sale and it’s Games for Windows’ fault

Grand Theft Auto IV PC pulled from sale and it’s Games for Windows’ fault

If you've been thinking about picking up a copy of Grand Theft Auto IV on PC, it looks like you'll have to wait. The game has disappeared from digital storefronts including Steam and Rockstar's own shop, with no indication of when it may be coming back. The good news is that Rockstar seemingly is planning to bring the game back at some point in the future, provided it can fix the issue that prompted the game's removal in the first place.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 heads to Steam next week

Red Dead Redemption 2 heads to Steam next week

Earlier this month, Red Dead Redemption 2 finally landed on PC. However, like a number of PC games these days, Red Dead Redemption 2 didn't launch on all digital stores at once. It first launched on the newly-released Rockstar Games Launcher, the Epic Games Store, and a few other platforms like the Humble Store and Green Man Gaming.

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Google Stadia Review: Amazing, for now

Google Stadia Review:  Amazing, for now

When this Google Stadia Review was first posted, the service hadn't yet formally launched. Google sent the Founders Package to a set of sources that got an early look and were invited to review the game streaming system before the official Google Stadia release date of November 19, 2019. As such, we gave the service an early once-over review with what we'd experienced thus far. As the service evolves, we'll be updating this review accordingly - so stay tuned!

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Red Dead Redemption 2 PC version seems plagued with issues

Red Dead Redemption 2 PC version seems plagued with issues

After years of leaving us hanging, Rockstar is finally bring the Red Dead Redemption franchise to PC today. It's doing that through the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2, which was revealed back in October. While many of us have learned to expect some issues with PC games on day one, it seems that the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2 is off to a particularly rocky start.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 PC gets a fancy 4K trailer

Red Dead Redemption 2 PC gets a fancy 4K trailer

After a ton of speculation and rumors claiming as much, earlier this month Rockstar confirmed that Red Dead Redemption 2 will at last be coming to PC. This marks a first for the Red Dead franchise, and of course, a jump to PC means that Rockstar is making a number of improvements to the way the game looks. The developer has already covered the enhancements it's making in previous announcements, but today, it showed us some of them in a new trailer.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 gets first PC screenshots, system requirements

Red Dead Redemption 2 gets first PC screenshots, system requirements

If you missed the big news last week, Rockstar revealed that Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally coming to PC. The game is arriving on November 5th, making for a brief period of time between reveal and release. Today, Rockstar showed off the first screenshots from the PC version, announced some of the new things we can expect to see, and revealed system requirements for the game.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 PC release confirmed out of nowhere

Red Dead Redemption 2 PC release confirmed out of nowhere

After years of rumors, speculation, and requests from fans, the Red Dead Redemption series is finally coming to PC. Rockstar revealed today that it's bringing Red Dead Redemption 2 to PC, and those who were holding out for such an announcement luckily don't have much longer to wait, as the PC version will be out next month.

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Rockstar launches its own launcher and store, gives away GTA San Andreas

Rockstar launches its own launcher and store, gives away GTA San Andreas

It seems that the days of Steam being the de facto PC launcher and game store is now over. Epic Games exposed kinks in its armor now almost anyone and everyone wants to set up a store of their own. The latest to join that train is Rockstar Games who just announced its Game Launcher that, unsurprisingly, seems to revolve around its biggest franchise, Grand Theft Auto.

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