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Jul 2, 2017

Slaughterers GTA V after counter-ban


See as they punish Take-Two.

The players are angry with the publishers of GTA.

See as they punish Take-Two.

The players are angry with the publishers of GTA.

Called Take-Two
So angry that GTA V on Steam has fallen from very positive to very negative. Only 13 percent of nearly 40,000 reviews have been positive in the last 30 days. The game has the score 6 out of 10.

The numbers are now:

Last:
Overpowering negative (40,569 reviews)
Total:
Mixed (230,300 reviews)
Refuses to
Why? Because Take-Two refuses to allow OpenIV modification software.

A change.org campaign has now reached its goal with over 50,000 signatures.

- Yes, it's multiplayer
The people behind the tool point out that it does not work in multiplayer and "does not harm anyone", except the people who have this as a hobby - several tens of thousands have apparently been beyond the tool either as a user or mud.

Rockstar, on its part, claims the opposite of what should be a message from the company three days ago, uploaded on the same change.org page. There the company claims that the opposition was a nuisance to the game's online communities and GTA Online.

Category: IT
Posted by: Admin
authorarticle: Master3395
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sources: PC Gamer, Change.org
keywords: GTA, Game

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