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Rockstar: no bans for mods in singleplayer mode GTA V
Rockstar says that the players will not eradicate for installing mods for GTA V, as long as those used in single-player mode. The game developer responds thus to messages from moddende players who said they were suddenly banned.
Recently published reports from players of the PC version of GTA V, which April 14 came out , they were suddenly banned from the online portion of the game after using mods. For the game are already the most diverse adaptations appeared, a mod that lets gamers play as an animal to a tsunami’ mod that puts the city under water. Rockstar referred to the Eula, stating that the player is not allowed to “modify in whole or in part” the game. On Steam players then left behind massive negative reviews. At present more than 8,000 people recommended the game, a total of more than 38,000 reviews.
In a question-answer session at the blog of the Rockstar Games Social Club multiplayer platform game developer, gives Rockstar now clarity. The company says the creativity of modders have always appreciated. According to Rockstar, the policy unchanged for mods, and have players who apply in single player mode mods themselves to worry. “No one has banned the use of single player mods,” says the developer. However, the company warns that mods for their unofficial character after an update could no longer work and that updates can have unpredictable consequences.
In the same report Rockstar also announced several updates to. Thus Rockstar Editor now only available for the PC, including the PS4 and Xbox One. The Editor is a tool that allows players gameplay footage can record and edit. The Xbox 360 and PS3 have that feature, because on those platforms is not enough power available. The company says the older consoles do want to provide as long as possible content updates.Viewing:-147
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