Rockstar teams up with GTA V roleplay server developer

A useful goal for both

Kabari99-Makes the FiveM and RedM tools that enable GTA V roleplay servers, and now its team is a part of Rockstar Games.

Rockstar Games is working with a popular mod developer team to bring in official support for roleplay servers to the company’s games.

Announced today, Rockstar says it’s “partnering with the team,” the creator of the FiveM and

RedM modding tools that lets players make and play through entirely custom experiences in games like Grand Theft Auto V and Red Dead Redemption 2.

The status of the arrangement isn’t entirely clear,

even though Rockstar stated in the release that is

“now officially a part of Rockstar Games,” without going into detail about how that’s happening.

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In a post on its official forum, says it’s “now officially a part of Rockstar Games”

and that there’s an opportunity to advance the FiveM platform just don’t ask for any information on GTA 6.

Rockstar Games recently changed its game modding policy, particularly in regard to its stance on roleplay servers.

The new policies invite the creation of new “reasonable” experiences that expand on games in creative ways

and allow running the mods through third-party server platforms.









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Rockstar won’t tolerate “making new games, stories, missions, or maps” using Rockstar’s IP.

It also is clear not to allow any monetary gains using its games,

including with loot boxes or distribution of cryptocurrencies.

Those go into the bin with this VR mod that Rockstar was not okay with.

The modding community, especially for Grand Theft Auto V, knows no bounds.









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There are intense experiences made with platforms like FiveM,

like a gangster roleplay where people participating actually think twice about raising guns because death is set to be permanent.

The news comes ahead of the unveiling of Grand Theft Auto 6,

and carries with it the prospect Rockstar plans to launch GTA 6 with its own online roleplaying features., for its part, downplayed this suggestion, telling fans: “please, do not ask us about the next GTA!”









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“This is a huge step forward in the growth of our community,

And an opportunity for us to work with Rockstar Games to advance the FiveM platform

and the creative community surrounding it,” the team said in a statement.

“While our day to day operations won’t have any noticeable changes, with Rockstar’s support,









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we are going to continue to improve our platform and we are truly excited for what this means for our users, community, and creators!

“And for those curious about what else Rockstar is working on,

please understand that our partnership with Rockstar Games is focused on our FiveM and RedM platforms.

So please, do not ask us about the next GTA!









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“Thank you all for your support. We can’t wait to see what the future brings!”

GTA 5 has consistently sold roughly five million units per quarter for the last several years,

and GTA Online continues to be a major revenue driver for Take-Two. Developer Rockstar confirmed that GTA 6 was in active development last year, but has otherwise officially kept quiet on its progress.

A massive leak late last year showed off some of the incomplete game,

but Take Two boss Strauss Zelnick told IGN a few months later that while this was an “emotional matter” for developers, it hadn’t impacted the business.

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