Take Two and Rockstar are using DMCA claims to remove more...

Take Two and Rockstar are using DMCA claims to remove more...
Take Two and Rockstar are using DMCA claims to remove more...
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Players continue to criticize Recently released GTA trilogy redesigned collection, the parent company of Rockstar Games Take-Two Interactive decided that it was perfect It’s time to use DMCA takedown notices to remove others RGT Modification and fan projects.

November 11, according to the parents RGT edit site Freedom CityTake-Two contacted them and used DMCA keystrokes to remove three different GTA-related mods. The three modifications that were removed are listed below:

  • GTA Advance PC Port Beta 2
  • The Lost and the Damned for GTA 4 has been unlocked
  • GTA IV EFLC The Lost And Damned (65٪)

GTA advanced PC port It is a fan-developed project that tries to bring the game to the GTA 3 engine. Developed by Digital Eclipse, GTA Advance It was only released on GameBoy Advance in 2004.

The Lost and the Damned for GTA IV has been unlocked It is a mod released in 2009 that allows players to switch stars GTA IV, Niko Bellic, with the protagonist lost and damned DLC, biker Johnny Klipitz. It also included new clothes and icons for motorcyclists.

finally, GTA IV EEFLC (65%) is not even modified! It’s just a game save file that allows players to start from 65% complete. Yes, Take-Two used a DMCA attack on a save file for a game that was released over ten years ago.

This is only the latest in a growing number of RGT Take-Two Amendment sued and removed with DMCA disclaimer. over the past year, The company was in a frenzy of ripping, like RGT A character on a rampage. As well File a lawsuit against fan developers over source code projects And led to an old mod, like GTA UndergroundAnd Close for fear of more legal and financial problems.

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The last time these types of mods happened, they were mostly aimed at the PS2 classic. RGT games, like Vice City. After a brief period, next one by Kotaku August Special ReportRockstar has confirmed the remastered versions of the three PS2 classics RGT The matches were due to end this year. These games have since been released earlier this week with mostly negative feedback, with fans sharing Many bugs and graphics issues on Twitter and Reddit.

Given what happened last time, some believe that these raffles are proof that a GTA IV A remaster could happen in the future. According to the sources I spoke with Kotaku In the past in the future Rockstar remastersAnd GTA IV as good as Red Dead Redemption adapters are possible. While plans can change and already occur with the last backlash in the face RGT remasters, Rockstar may be more reluctant to give the go-ahead for future releases.

It doesn’t matter if these withdrawals are future proof GTA IV Rework or not is always a frustrating situation for designers and community developers who have spent decades improving, wearing, and maintaining classics. RGT games, allowing fans to play them years after Rockstar progressed. Kotaku I spoke to moderates who seemed to be sick of Rockstar And many have moved to other games from other companies, worried about the potential legal risks of continuing to adjust Grand Theft Auto Guarantees.

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