Take-Two Interactive, the publisher of Grand Theft Auto, is putting up significant legal effort to combat modders of their games, which includes a GTA Mod.
In recent years, the outlook for Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive has been less than sunny, to say the least. They are milking GTA 5 and Online for all of eternity, and on top of that, there is a fight going on between them and modders of the games. Whether you’re talking about Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, GTA 4, or GTA 5, there’s something for everyone. Modifications have been made to all of the games, allowing them to be improved or expanded on the computer. Their designs were inspired by die-hard fans of the franchise. That was never a major issue for Rockstar Games or Take-Two Interactive, at least not in the public arena, up until lately.
It is becoming increasingly common to hear that the creators of a GTA mod are being warned that they must cease working and take the mod offline. It’s that time of the month once more. It was announced on GTAForums that GTA: Underground developer dkluin had to halt production due to a lack of available resources. In addition, a YouTube video has been created. All previously released mods from this project will be removed from the game’s servers. Take-Two Interactive’s hot breath is the reason behind this.
GTA: Underground was a large mod for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that was released in 2008. The project’s goal was to create a massive map that included all of the cities from the world of Grand Theft Auto. Unfortunately, none of this was successful.