Asked & Answered: The Rockstar Editor, GTA Online Updates, PC Mods and More

Posted 2 weeks, 2 days ago | Author: R* Q | Filed Under: Social Club, Games

“The real question is: on what are we going to spend the money from the Heists? (For those who have practically everything)” – vens243
“What’s coming next [for GTA Online]…??” – Nilix
“Will there be more [Heists] added with future updates?” – carl0winer

To vens243 and others who are excited to show off their Heists spoils, beyond the many new vehicles and items that arrived to GTA Online as part of Heists, we are also working on another update coming soon that will feature some very cool new toys for you to enjoy and flaunt with your ill-gotten gains. For now, the screenshot above provides just a glimpse... For those asking for more Heists, please understand that Grand Theft Auto Online Heists were a tremendous undertaking so it’s not the sort of thing where we can easily create and publish additional Heists like other Job modes and missions. We are, however, working on other cool updates for GTA Online that you can expect over the coming months.


“I would like to use [the Rockstar Editor] but I’m on PS4. Hey Rockstar, can you do something please for PS4 players?” – Black_Pawn_01
“When’s [The Lab radio station] coming on next-gen consoles?” – GRUNSKY
“Is [The Lab radio station] ever gonna come out on PS4?” – sn3jku

The Rockstar Editor is an advanced tool requiring additional processing power so it would not be compatible with GTAV on the older systems, but we are currently working on a version tailored for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles – and we hope to release that sometime this summer, or as soon as it is ready. We are also planning to bring The Lab radio station to all four consoles in a forthcoming title update. Please stay tuned for more information.


“Will there be any more updates for [GTA Online] on Xbox 360?” – @ColtsPacersJosh

We want to support the older consoles with new content for as long as we possibly can. As we mentioned previously, we always knew there might be a point where we would reach the technical capacity of what the older generation of consoles can handle as each downloadable update requires additional memory both for assets and for additional scripting.  We have continued to optimize the entire game over time in order to squeeze as much memory as we possibly could out of the last-generation hardware and at some point, continuing to add content for those systems could cause the risk of instability to the game overall. As of now, we are planning on releasing the next big content update for all five systems and we will continue to squeeze as much as we possibly can onto them.


“Why is [Self Radio] not possible on PS3/PS4?” – Destroy_Ger
“How about creating something like that in PS4/3 and Xbox platforms?” – Osprey11
“Can you put this on PS4 or Xbox 1 at least?” – RayzRBlayde1229

The GTAV PC Self Radio experience that plays your personally curated playlist of mp3s in the game as a fully featured and properly integrated radio station just wouldn’t technically be possible on the consoles as it requires more than the consoles allow at this time.


“I’m having soo much fun with GTAV on the PC but I just have one question about it, how come you are not allowing mods for it?” - @ClarkMatthew63
“Will I get banned from GTA Online for using a FoV Mod or Oculus Rift mod?” - @Mattophobia

We have always appreciated the creative efforts of the PC modding community and we still fondly remember the awesome zombie invasion mod and original GTA map mod for GTAIV PC among many other classics. To be clear, the modding policy in our license has not changed and is the same as for GTAIV.  Recent updates to GTAV PC had an unintended effect of making unplayable certain single player modifications. This was not intentional, no one has been banned for using single player modifications, and you should not worry about being banned or being relegated to the cheater pool just for using single player PC mods. Our primary focus is on protecting GTA Online against modifications that could give players an unfair advantage, disrupt gameplay, or cause griefing. It also bears mentioning that because game mods are by definition unauthorized, they may be broken by technical updates, cause instability, or affect your game in other unforeseen ways.


“We want to play GTAV with joystick. Will you add joystick support for PC? There is a huge difference between gamepad and JS.” – @eniyikotuadam
“Just wondering if there’s a possibility of including joystick support for GTAV in any upcoming patches or updates?” – received via Mouthoff
“Rockstar friends, GTAV PC version would be significantly enhanced if players could use their steering wheels.” – received via Mouthoff

Thank you for the feedback! We understand that many PC players out there would like to see enhanced peripheral support for specialized controllers such as flight sim joysticks and steering wheels. No promises, but it is something we are investigating to see if possible in a future update.


“Can I play GTAV on my Mac?” – received via Mouthoff
“Why this game isn’t [available for] Mac?” – Jaalloav

While GTAV isn’t technically released for Mac, you can actually play the PC version on a Mac by running Windows 7 or 8 through Boot Camp. You can find instructions along with some other requirements over at Rockstar Support.


“Hi Rockstar! Please report these guys on YouTube who destroy your game. Look at all the cheats they promote in their videos… I’d be grateful for answers on what you plan to do with about this?” – Aleek94
“Okay, so I've let this slip under the carpet, but now I'm really starting to get pissed off with the whole situation. I can accept people grinding Capture or Rooftop Rumble, what I can't get over is the amount of people doing money and RP glitches, and the YouTubers who are feeding the community with them... I suggest you take action on the YouTubers who are promoting these glitches… they need dealing with, because they're the ones starting to destroy GTA Online...” – ilewisgta

We are tremendous fans of the vast majority of YouTube content that fans post using footage from our games – everything from original machinima movies to funny gameplay moments to hypnotizing time-lapses and so much more – but we obviously do not support or condone any videos that attempt to instruct people how to cheat their way towards illegitimate RP, counterfeit GTA$, duping vehicles without having earned them and other things along those lines that compromise the fairness of the game’s ranking and economy systems. We have a long-standing policy on posting copyrighted Rockstar Games material over at the Rockstar Support website, and to make things clearer on this front, we’ve just added a bulletpoint about this particular type of content there. Just like our other long-standing rules about not posting pre-release leaked footage, spoilers or entire in-game television content episodes – anyone who posts videos that encourage and promote ways to cheat your way towards gaining illegitimate RP or counterfeit in-game money or duplicating in-game items without having earned them may have their videos flagged for takedown with YouTube. Thank you again to everyone in the community (and especially the hardworking and creative GTA YouTube community!) for helping to bring this matter to our attention. Thanks also to everyone in the community for your ongoing efforts since the launch of GTA Online in reporting glitches, bugs and exploits to us via the Support website – it’s invaluable information that helps inform fixes in Title Updates and via dynamic tuning to help keep GTA Online as fair as possible for everyone.


“Are you guys doing anything to fix godmode/invisibility and unlimited ammo [in GTA Online]?” - @TacticalTaco5

Absolutely. We have always taken this issue very seriously and have people dedicated to addressing these problems when they arise. Unfortunately even a tiny minority of people cheating can have a negative impact on a larger population. In addition, solving this problem requires a different approach on each platform. We have been regularly rolling out fixes for specific exploits and tools to enable us to combat cheating with each patch and we are going to continue to do so. While it’s unrealistic to say we can solve the problem of cheating forever and for everyone, we believe we are making significant progress on this issue and we will continue to work aggressively to stop these griefers in their tracks as best we can.


Asked & Answered is a special feature here at the Rockstar Newswire rounding up a selection of popular frequently asked questions with official responses from Rockstar. Have another question for us? Feel free to send it to our attention at mouthoff@rockstargames.com where we can have a look for consideration in an upcoming edition. As a reminder, if you have suggestions specific to GTA Online, you can send them to GTAOnline@rockstargames.com and if you have a technical customer support question of any sort, please visit​ http://support.rockstargames.com and consult our knowledge base to find help.

GTAV PC Fan Videos: More Prime Cuts from the Rockstar Editor

Posted 2 weeks, 2 days ago | Author: R* Q | Filed Under: Social Club, Games

We continue to see lots of impressive work by GTAV PC filmmakers with the Rockstar Editor. In addition to taking advantage of the Editor's robust suite of tools, some machinamists are even layering their own artistic flourish on top of their videos to give birth to some uniquely captivating creations. Here's a new round-up of videos that have caught our eye recently:


A World Of Possibilities created by The XXI

On our radar ever since the impressive 'Los Santos By Night', The XXI shows off just some of what's possible with the Rockstar Editor (along with his own, original and stylish retro 80's inspired custom text treatments).


GTA V - Super Clown by Boris the Blade

Thanks to a haunting score and some impressive cinematography, the maniacal actions of a super-powered, homicidal clown never looked so beautiful.


Trevor's Perfume by GTA Series Videos

Prolific video creators GTA Series Videos once again put the Editor through its paces - this time with a mock advert for a fragrance that's oh-so-Trevor. Featuring an operatic score, a monochrome filter and a sublimely spectacular cliff dive in elegant slow motion, this video evokes all the classic fragrance commercial clichés.


Hard Cash 2015 - GTAV Song by miracleofsound and DanzNewz

A collaboration between musician Gavin Dunne and YouTuber Danz Newz yields this well-executed tale of everybody's favorite mid-life crisis criminal. Even Mikey likes it...


WANTED created by RisingJake

RisingJake pumps up the action in this narrative-driven video of a criminal you don’t want to mess with. Leading off with a parachute drop that heads straight into a speedy police chase, peppered with fantastic mid-air slow-mos, it moves on from there to an epic jump from a Luxor jet and finishes with a smooth landing and one final incident ... all done with serious cool.

 

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TREVOR Vs. APE MUTANT (Superman Vs. Batman Parody) by Tara Arts Game: Set to the audio from the recent Batman vs. Superman trailer, this creation from Tara Arts teases the potential showdown between two beasts - Trevor and the enigmatic Ape Mutant.

Hi, I'm Trevor Philips. Welcome to Jackass by Abstract Mode: Fans of MTV's sophomoric stunt show should appreciate this homage, which features Sandy Shores' most-renowned Jackass taking his antics from the streets of Los Santos to the hills of Blaine County.

GTAV Map by miniwiSatN: Starting from the foyer of Michael's Rockford Hills home, this brief clip features some glorious views of Southern San Andreas - capturing everything from the mountain tops of Blaine County to the depths of the Zancudo River.

Reflections by Incredible91852Previously recognized Snapmatic photographer and video creator Incredible91852’s latest work shows off many of Los Santos and Blaine County's most dazzling reflections - pulsing neon lights, the ripples of the Salton sea, and all the reflective glory of a chrome Truffade Adder.
 

Share videos you've created in the comments below, or post ones from other creators that you find deserving of recognition. For tips and tricks on the GTAV PC Video Editor, make sure to check out the Tutorial page on Social Club.

 

Previously:
Rockstar Video Editor: The First Days
GTA Fan Vids: Bird Stunting, Things You Don’t See in Superhero Movies & More
Jaw-Dropping BMX Stunts from ErasableNinja, Santa Monica VS Del Perro POV and More

Rockstar Game Tips: Tailoring Your Settings and Controls in GTAV PC

Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago | Author: R* L | Filed Under: Games

Now that Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online have arrived on PC, players have been getting acquainted with the game's unique new features such as the Rockstar Editor video tool, experiencing Los Santos in glorious 4K at 60FPS, and diving into the game's deep menu of settings and customization options. To help you fine-tune, we've compiled a brief list below of just a few helpful tips to help you tailor Grand Theft Auto V's controls and settings to your desired PC gaming taste.

KEYBOARD CONTROLS

Finding some of the default controls aren't to your liking? The majority of the in-game controls are fully rebindable - meaning you can remap a command to whichever button best works for you. The one exception is menu navigation - most are bound to the cursor keys and WASD (forwards, left, backwards and right, respectively), Mouse 1/Enter to select and Mouse 2/Backspace/Esc to quit. 

You can also use the Esc button to Quit/Go Back in other menus and interfaces, such as on your iFruit phone. If no menu appears on screen then pressing Esc will pause the game, whereas the Right mouse button goes back in most menus. If you don't want to bind your extra mouse buttons, you can also try switching the mouse input mode to DirectInput.

The mouse wheel works in most menus for scrolling the selection up and down - you can also use this feature to scroll the entire menu up and down. To open the cheat code box, press the ~ key (key next to 1, or ¬ on non-US keyboards). Here, you can enter various cheat codes, including vehicle spawning, invincibility and others. It should be noted, however, that some non-US keyboards may require the shift key to be pressed too.

To confirm a GPS route in the interaction menu, click the left mouse when hovering over the left half of the GPS menu entry. The menu cursor will change to a pointing finger to show this is possible.

GAMEPADS

For those who prefer controllers over keyboards, you can use any XInput controller (for example, an Xbox 360 pad) to play - and some DirectInput controllers such as PS4 are supported as well. Most other DirectInput gamepads can be set to work with the game by using the 'Gamepad Calibration' feature in the gamepad menu.

VEHICLES

Here's what you need to know for customizing driving as well as flying controls in-game:

Flying controls use the numeric pad keys by default. If you don't have a numpad, you may use your mouse to fly or rebind the controls. If you find controlling vehicles with a mouse difficult, try adjusting the mouse sensitivity and auto-center settings. Also, note that your driving and flying ability is affected by your in-game character’s skill level.

By default, the game uses keyboard controls for driving and flying. To steer with the mouse instead, you can hold down the mouse override control (Default: left mouse). If you’d like to use mouse control without holding down a button, change the driving/flying/submarine control option from ‘Camera’ to ‘Vehicle'. At that point, holding the left mouse button will move the camera around instead of steering.

To stop the camera from auto-centering when driving vehicles in first person, set the ‘First Person Vehicle Auto-Center’ option to ‘Off’. If you prefer a bumper camera to the internal camera when driving in this mode, set the ‘First Person Vehicle Hood’ camera option to ‘Off’.

SHOPPING

When stocking your arsenal, you can use the mouse in Ammu-Nation to select items directly from the shelves. Simply click the mouse over the weapon you want to purchase or upgrade, hold the left mouse to inspect - moving your mouse will rotate the weapon. To get a good look around, move the mouse to the edge of your screen. The mouse can be used to move the camera in the other shops and wardrobes as well as some other menus - just hold the left button when the hand-shaped pointer appears, then move the mouse.

MOBILE PHONE

To make calls, find/accept missions and Jobs, browse the web and more, you can operate your in-game iFruit phone almost entirely with the mouse buttons and wheel. By default, the middle mouse will open your phone, while the scroll wheel will move the highlight around. Left mouse accepts the current item, while right mouse cancels / goes back. These controls may be remapped as well.

WEAPONS

The mouse wheel behaves differently in the weapon wheel depending whether that button is held down or not. If it's not pressed then the mouse wheel scrolls through the current set of weapons, but if it is, the mouse wheel cycles through the available weapons in the highlighted slot. To instantly select a weapon, press the weapon selection keys (Default: 0-9). The first press selects the first weapon in the slot, further presses cycle through the weapons in that slot. Especially useful in first person view, you can zoom or switch to iron sights while aiming by scrolling the scroll wheel.

CHARACTER SWITCH

Switching between characters can be done directly using the character switch shortcut keys (Default F5 - F8). To switch in Freemode, hold a shortcut switch key to open the character wheel with the relevant character selected and release. In missions where switching is supported, just tap the appropriate shortcut key to instantly switch to that character.

GTA ONLINE

Here are some general controls tips pertaining to GTA Online:

  • To point in the same direction you're looking, press the 'point at' key (Default: B).
  • Perform your character’s Quickplay action by pressing the ‘special ability’ key (Default: Caps Lock). You can set up the Quickplay action in the Interaction Menu (Default: M).
  • Text chat is available to chat to your team (Default: T) or everyone in the session (default: Y).
  • Voice chat options can be configured from the Voice Chat section of the Settings menu. The default key for ‘push to talk’ is ‘N’.
  • Weapons and ammo can be dropped by using the F9 and F10 keys - no need to open the weapon wheel on PC.

ROCKSTAR EDITOR

Many of you have already been channeling your inner auteur and utilizing the new Rockstar Editor to create movie-making magic. To activate/deactivate the various recording modes without opening the character switch menu, press the Rockstar Editor shortcut keys (Default F1, F2, F3).

Stay tuned for more tips coming soon on film-making techniques using the Rockstar Editor tool.
Feel free to give a shout here in comments below on any particular aspects you may need tips with and very likely a fellow player and Editor in the Social Club community may be able to help advise or even help collaborate in your production.


Previous Rockstar Game Tips:
GTA Online Adversary Modes
Scaling Up to 30 Players and Crafting Tense LTS Encounters in the Creator
Playing with Perspective in GTAV

Crew Noticeboard: PC Crews Rally For New Members

Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago | Author: R* L | Filed Under: Games

The Crew Noticeboard is our featured column of Crews actively seeking new members to join their ranks. We publish their recruitment pitches in their own words so that you know what they're all about.

In this edition of the Crew Noticeboard we've pulled some pitches from Crews recruiting specifically for the PC platform. Whether you're new to PC and looking for your first Crew, or you recently transferred your character and have left your console brethren in another Crew, read on to find a new squad to hang out with in Los Santos. And even if you are on PS3, PS4, Xbox One or Xbox 360, a couple of these featured Crews have allegiances or divisions on those consoles as well.

Fan Art: Maze Bank Logo Sculpture, Tommy Vercetti as a Plushie & More

Posted 3 weeks, 3 days ago | Author: R* X | Filed Under: Games

The latest gallery of excellent fan art creations features some impressive sculpture work, a custom PS4 skin inspired by an illustration previously here at the Newswire, stylish renditions of all manner of Los Santos residents, Tommy Vercetti in the plush and more. Make sure you're following us on Twitter and Instagram where we share great fan creations regularly, and of course if you've got something of your own that you'd like to share, feel free to drop it in comments below for the entire Social Club community to check out.


bongon_69, who is a proud GTA Online Rockstar Verified Job alumnus, created this impressive original sculptured replica of the Maze Bank logo that would fit in well next to the fake plants at the Downtown Los Santos branch lobby.


RobxDyNaMiTe of the GTA Heists PS4 Crew has apparently been pulling off those scores in style – with this slick PS4 skin appropriating Shawn Sepehry's "Rockstar Games Legacy" collage that was featured here at the Newswire last year.


Calum Sutherland aka TheSudz has upped the ante with "GTAV: Redux" - a new generation redraw of a piece he illustrated last year that turns up the carnage.


Gemini AKA zillymee.tumblr extends an open invitation for players to pull off Heists with his Crew: The Bad Wolfs Fury via this stylish original artwork.

 


DeviantARTist Emil Goska's work throws it back to CJ and the Grove Street Families from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

 
Spanish illustrator Jose Augusto Cano aka jocachi on deviantART specializes in custom pin-up art, and these are just two from his striking 'Rockstar Life' series inspired by the gritty and glamorous ladies of Los Santos.


Savedraw from Mexico imagines a GTA-style car trip with him and his friends around Monterrey, Mexico in a unique cartoon style.


Michael-babe's latest illustration dials up the adorableness. Like for Chop!


Marissa Helmick aka UltraPancake shows off the Harwood Butcher's softer side with this hand sewn custom Vercetti plushie.

 

Previously:
"A Hard Day's Heist", Homemade Los Santos Blueprint Map Skateboard Decks & More
GTAV in Stained Glass, Amazing Rockstar Line Drawing & Stunning Snapmatics
The iFruit L.A. Photo Project by GTAist, Unbelievable Action GIFs and More

Rockstar Video Editor: The First Days

Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago | Author: R* M | Filed Under: Social Club, Games

We've been enjoying the first videos created by GTAV PC players around the globe with the new Rockstar Editor this past week, and a few directors have already come to grips with the deep suite of features including blends, slow-motion, music effects and more. Some YouTubers are even using the Rockstar Editor's tools in conjunction with their own to explore new possibilities and take their channel videos to the next level. Check out some of our favorites below:


GTA 5 - V.I.S.I.T.O.R.S. [Rockstar Editor Fan Trailer] by GTA Series Videos

For their first endeavor with the GTAV PC editor, the group over at GTA Series Videos looked to a classic GTA trailer for inspiration. Replacing the stoically strolling Niko Bellic with GTAV's Michael, Trevor and Franklin, we see a similar trek made through the streets of Los Santos and Blaine County with a few NPC cameos dropped in for good measure.    


Grand Theft Auto V | Los Santos & Blaine County - Fan Trailer (PC) by RageDev

Syncing up a lively music track with complimentary scene-by-scene cuts, RageDev captures the look and feel of an action-packed day in Los Santos. Mixing in the busy sights and sounds of the city to contrast against quieter moments afforded by the great outdoors and open horizon, this trailer seems to cover all the bases.


The Thief by Houratronic

This phenomenal effort from YouTuber Houratronic was posted within hours of the game going live and is certainly among the most accomplished videos we've seen so far. Houratronic has used every tool in the arsenal to turn a simple idea into a cinematic gem. Watch for consistent use of blends to add movement to the driving sequences, just the right amount of slo-mo, appreciation of sound levels to adjust music intensity at the right times, a few handheld effects and a clean, definitive conclusion.


The PC Police Chase by Rechyyy

Even if you're not familiar with his previous work, from the opening seconds it's clear that Rechyyy has a keen sense of cinematic language and key concepts, such as editing to music, establishing shots and instant action. Cut neatly to a pounding industrial rock backing track, we see Franklin evade cops through the Raton Canyon before a Thelma and Louise style ending and fade to black.


Sunday Drifting by GTA Wise Guy

Also no stranger to the Rockstar Newswire, GTA Wise Guy showcases a cop evasion master class employing a very different set of driving skills. The panache and audacity of his drifting talents is matched by the confidence to throw in overheads and full-on crotch shots into this drifting showcase.


The Epic Stand-Off by Domestic Mango

While rampages through Downtown Los Santos have been par for the course in the opening few days of the Rockstar Editor, Domestic Mango executes this particular interpretation with stylish flair. Focusing on small details such as a grenade getting lodged under a cop car's wheel, or an officer’s face as he flies through the air, it adds moments of understated cool to a chaotic sequence.
 

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Barbara Schwartzburger by Melonium: Captured using Director Mode, Melonium's film is everything at once: slapdash yet stylish, asinine but amazing. Judging by the Social Club comments, we're not the only ones looking forward to the future adventures of Ms. Schwartzburger.

Garage by Renaton: "Man goes for walk up and down garage" doesn't sound like much when written out, but Renaton combines it with an array of blends, visual effects and a badass Declasse Tornado to create the perfect introduction to a lovely orange clad GTA Online vehicle collection. 

Michael's Car Fantasy by Tyrranicon: The synth is cranked up to the max in this 80s throwback montage that takes place entirely within Michael's head. From the pulsing beats to the neon lights, this electro sequence is a retro tableau. 

Director Demo by SGTJackCott: Described as a "demo" this contains more than enough cool ideas to be defined as a completed video in its own right. We're looking forward to seeing more from SGTJackColt, particularly his ability to find the perfect song to set the scene.

Grand Theft Auto V - Nope! by Rusty Recoil: Against the backdrop of a glorious sunset, Franklin takes a ride down the scenic slopes to Los Santos and through the Vinewood sign before meeting a slightly sticky end. 

Share videos you've created in the comments below, or post ones from other creators that you find deserving of recognition. For tips and tricks on the GTAV PC Video Editor, make sure to check out the Tutorial page on Social Club.
 

Previously:
GTA Fan Vids: Bird Stunting, Things You Don’t See in Superhero Movies & More
Jaw-Dropping BMX Stunts from ErasableNinja, Santa Monica VS Del Perro POV and More
GTA Fan Vids: A Clockwork Orange Montage, The Beauty of Blaine County vs. The Streets of Los Santos, Military Miniatures and More

The Alchemist and Oh No Present: Welcome to Los Santos Out Now

Posted on April 21 2015, 12:03pm | Author: R* Q | Filed Under: Music, Games

The Alchemist and Oh No Present: Welcome to Los Santos, the outstanding collection of brand new tracks with top-flight collaborators created for and inspired by the world of GTAV, is available now via iTunes, and on CD.
 
Take a look at the video below to hear Alchemist, Oh No and some of the guest artists discuss the creation of the album.
 

 
Here’s what some of the music press have been saying about the singles released from 'Welcome To Los Santos' so far:
 
Freddie Gibbs and Curren$y, “Fetti”

"Yet another gem from the record’s star-studded tracklist” – XXL

“Phenomenal” – Okayplayer
 
MNDR Feat. Killer Mike, “Lock & Load”

“MNDR slowly delivers piercing gunplay over drums with clothes-shaking knock and slow-winding synth bass. Killer Mike comes through and empties the clip with a sixteen that murders everything — literally and figuratively.” – Stereogum (Named one 5 best songs of the week)

“Mixes MNDR’s dreamy vocals with Mike’s expertly composed and spat verses” – SPIN

“At once brazen and ethereal, the track capitalizes on both artists’ strengths. Here, like a tag team bringing the heat, the Atlanta MC spits pulverizing rhymes while MNDR weaves a glowing, dreamlike backdrop.” – Consequence of Sound
 
E-40 – “California” feat. Dam-Funk & Ariel Pink

“The legendary Bay Area rapper E-40 going head-to-head with lackadaisical LA pop weirdo Ariel Pink on “California” — somehow they balance each other perfectly.” – Stereogum

 
If you’re playing GTAV on PC, tune your radio to “The Lab” to hear the album as a full-blown station, complete with call-ins from the album’s guest artists and featuring Alchemist and Oh No as your science-dropping hosts, “Dr No and the Chemical Bro.”


Previously:
Welcome To Los Santos Album Now Available to Pre-Order

Enter to Win a Deluxe GTAV Custom Digital Storm Velox PC

Posted on April 17 2015, 5:42pm | Author: R* Q | Filed Under: Social Club, Games

To commemorate this week's launch of Grand Theft Auto V on the PC, we worked with our friends at Digital Storm to create a one-of-a-kind, handcrafted Velox Custom Performance GTAV PC with the express purpose of giving it away to one very lucky fan.

The design features a satin metallic black automotive paint finish, a laser engraved tinted window showcasing the Grand Theft Auto V logo prominently, plus software controlled LED lighting. And it's not just a looker, this custom machine is armed with a six core Intel® Core i7 processor, an ultra-fast Intel® SSD 750 Series, dual Nvidia® Titan X graphics cards and custom rigid tube liquid cooling, so you'll have what you need under the hood to run GTAV at a blistering 60 frames-per-second and at 4K resolution.

Enter before May 1st at the Rockstar Games Social Club for the chance to win this awe-inspiring rig: http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/events

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Void in certain countries and where prohibited. Must be 18 years or older. See Official Rules and Privacy Policy for eligibility details. Ends Friday, May 1st, 2015.

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