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Grand Theft Auto V Steam listing flooded with negative reviews following modding tool cease-and-desist

Raymond Bakker
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Wednesday, June 14, 2017 | 23:30 GMT
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Grand Theft Auto V Steam listing flooded with negative reviews following modding tool cease-and-desist

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 | 23:30 GMT
Raymond Bakker
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Raymond Bakker


The Grand Theft Auto V Steam store page is being flooded with negative reviews as fans of the franchise are learning about actions taken against the development team behind the Grand Theft Auto V modding tool OpenIV.

We received word earlier today that the publisher of the open world action-adventure game franchise Grand Theft Auto, Take-Two Interactive, has sent a cease-and-desist letter to the developers of the popular modding tool OpenIV.

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The modding tool is used by thousands of modders around the world to open and edit the files of the Rockstar Games titles Grand Theft Auto IV, Grand Theft Auto V and Max Payne 3.

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This comment has been removed. Damn LMAO, they are getting rekt. PC gamers never forget.

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This comment has been removed. Amen brother

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This comment has been removed. Honestly why do people still support this game? Online is crap and R* isn't what it used to be after shipping GTAIV.

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1556 days ago

This comment has been removed. You got a point there ... it feels like everything at R* changed since they shipped GTA V. At this point I'm not even expecting much from Red Dead Redemption 2. I just wish they release a proper Bully 2 one day.

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This comment has been removed. This is priceless

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This comment has been removed. Why they gotta go after modders that bring new content that Rockstar doesn't even have to create themselves?

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This comment has been removed. R* Y U DO DIS?

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This comment has been removed. GG Rockstar

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