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Grand Theft Auto IV is already old, and yet it still has a lot of fans and modders. A group of the latter have been working on the huge Definitive Edition project for some time. This name covers mod packs for most Rockstar Games studio games (including GTA: San Andreas, GTA: The Trilogy or Bully), which primarily refresh the graphics of the originals and fix many bugs. Unfortunately, the authors of the project recently received an anonymous notice of a violation of the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act), which forced them to remove the modifications to the GTA 4.
So far, only this one game has been highlighted, but it is feared that the rest of the titles included in the project will soon face a similar fate. Frightened players already download all modifications in advance, so that in the event of the worst, they can be “secretly” distributed over the network.
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Most likely, the company Take-Two Interactive, the owner of Rockstar Games, is behind the “attack”. Project Creators Definitive Edition they received a note on September 18, which is the same time when the huge leak of GTA 6 took place. years gone by). Nevertheless, in doing so, the company discourages the entire community. And without that, fans can have a lot to complain about, such as poor game remastering or removing original soundtracks.