Grand Theft Auto | Rockstar Games Newswirehttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/tag/grand-theft-auto/1/10.rssPosts from our Newswire tagged as 'Grand Theft Auto'.en_usRockstar Editor Tips: Capturing Footagehttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52437/rockstar-editor-tips-capturing-footagehttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52437/rockstar-editor-tips-capturing-footagePresenting the first in our series of tips devoted specifically to the Rockstar Editor, which is currently available exclusively with the PC version of GTAV and coming to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game in a forthcoming update. Today's feature focuses on advice for capturing footage, with info directly from the developers of the Editor, as well as effective examples from YouTube creators and Social Club members. And if you're searching for additional tips on some of the basics before attempting to craft a clip worthy of garnering top prize in the Rockstar Editor video contest currently running, you can always check out our tutorial pages on Social Club. Use filters to give your movie a unique style. Proper use of the available filters can change the whole look and feel giving your masterpiece a more polished look.For a truly unique video, plan out your action before starting to record, just as any film director would. It’s very easy to record a Grenade Launcher rampage in Los Santos, and then add some slow-motion before you upload it – but a well-thought out sequence can set you apart from the crowd. And if something spontaneous happens, don’t forget you can always use the Action Replay feature to record it retroactively.If you are shooting for a specific scene, make sure to take several takes of each scene (including one or two in First Person for extra editing options). The chances of the shot being ruined by a passing pedestrian or sound effect are far less if you have multiple takes! Of course, sometimes the ambient world can work to your advantage: when shooting, try to think of the random citizens of Los Santos as unpredictable extras in your scene, each one with flawless acting abilities. Their individual characteristics and reactions can contribute immensely to setting the scene and atmosphere. bugbutts' 'Being Trevor' focuses almost exclusively on the reaction of a bystander to great comedic effect.In fact, the city and surrounding areas have so much life that you may not even need to be the star in your own movie. You could try a documentary, cinéma-vérité approach to capturing the essence of Los Santos. Get to know Southern San Andreas; it’s a big world out there.While the camera must stay close to your game character for technical reasons, you can "cheat" this slightly by using stunt doubles. For instance, in 'Running, Man' by 8-Bit Bastard, this shot of Trevor running along the mountain ridge in front of the sunset is actually not the notorious Mr. Philips, but in fact a stunt double created in GTA Online. Clever editing makes the shot seamlessly fit into the narrative of the clip. You can transfer captured Editor footage between players, so collaborate with friends on large projects if that will save time, or allow you to circumvent camera limitations.You can assemble a colorful array of characters using the Rockstar Editor's Director Mode. Each one comes complete with actions and short lines of dialogue.In Director Mode, Settings such as Explosive Melee and Slidey Cars are fun to play around with for sure, but go easy on them unless it really adds something to your scene. 'Super Clown' by Boris The Blade is a great example of how the Super Jump Setting can be used to distort reality just enough to enhance the themes of fear and dread in a scene. Also, carefully consider the ideal Time of Day and Weather as this can add heaps of atmosphere to your project.These are just a few tips for capturing footage, of course feel free to share any tricks of your own with the community in the comments below. Also, keep an eye out in the days ahead for some strategies on soundtrack and camera effects, and best of luck to all those attempting to achieve cinematic glory in the inaugural GTAV Rockstar Editor contest. Fri, 22 May 2015 17:16:03 -0400GTAV Soundtrack Spotlight: An Interview with The Alchemist, Oh No and Wavveshttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52436/gtav-soundtrack-spotlight-an-interview-with-the-alchemisthttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52436/gtav-soundtrack-spotlight-an-interview-with-the-alchemistIn the latest episode of GTA Online Sessions on YouTube, we're joined by Welcome to Los Santos soundtrack artists Alchemist, Oh No and Wavves. Fresh from the release of the new GTAV soundtrack album, The Alchemist and Oh No Present: Welcome to Los Santos, producers Al and Oh No themselves joined us to play some GTA Online together and talk about the record, alongside collaborators Wavves who are responsible for the single "Leave" (which you currently have the chance to create the official music video for in our Rockstar Editor Contest). We chatted about everything from their roles as Dr. Oh and the Chemical Bro on the new GTAV radio station The Lab to their experiences working with the wide range of artists on the LP. Check out highlights in our latest GTA Online Sessions YouTube episode above and read on for some choice excerpts below...On "California", featuring E-40, Dam-Funk and Ariel Pink... Alchemist: I mean I know Dam-Funk, I hadn’t met Ariel Pink, but you know E-40 is a legend to all of us. West Coast legend. This was actually the first time we were able to hook up... Oh laced the track up crazy from pieces of the score and he chopped up Dam-Funk. The ending might be my favorite part of the f****** album. Like when it breaks down with the piano solo it's just crazy. Man I love this record.On which Welcome to Los Santos collaborator most blew their minds...Oh No: I would say Sam of Future Islands. His s*** is hard, his s*** is crazy. Future Islands is crazy.Alchemist: Yeah that was a wild one and when we hooked up with them we found out that he actually raps as well. So it was crazy because we had a lot of the same influences but you know our finished products are so different - but we still respect each other so I think that was cool. It's crazy because we didn't even approach him because of that, we just liked their music. His range is crazy... some people’s voices you feel... Like a cigarette. I don’t even know if he smokes but it feels that way. He's the man.On their in-game radio show host characters Dr. Oh and the Chemical Bro and what the new radio station The Lab is all about...Alchemist: It’s about scientific theories... and weed. And everything in between. It's great fun. You gotta check it out, we’re getting deep on there. A lot of the characters from the album were able to call in. I encourage you to tune into the station and figure out who's who. We definitely had everybody play some characters and had fun. It was a dope experience...On working with Curren$y (featured on the song "Fetti" with Freddie Gibbs)...Alchemist: He’s a smoky guy. I like going to his shows because you can see people like passed out from too much weed. Just hanging out, having a little rest… It was the weirdest thing, first time I went to his show he’s killing it but there’s a couple of guys just dead on couches, just crashed you know? [Some people] go to his shows and just smoke like, "we’re gonna get high and see Curren$y!" …and it doesn’t work out that way.On how Wavves' in-game radio station, Vinewood Boulevard Radio, came to be...Nate: I've been friends with a lot of the guys from Rockstar for a pretty long time - they used to come see Wavves play when we’d stroll through New York and it just kind of came about organically. They asked me to do a song for the new game and it turned into the radio station.On the status of the new Wavves record...Nate: The new Wavves record is coming out I think in August on Warner Brothers and Ghost Ramp. I don’t know the exact date but it's doneAnd when can we hear it?Nate: Real soon. We’ll probably show maybe three songs before it comes out.On what's next for Gangrene (Al & Oh No's collaborative group)...Alchemist: I hear there’s a new album coming. I don’t know, you'll have to ask the doctor. He’s in the laboratory right now. How’s the mixes coming?Oh No: Mixes are coming out crazy. They’re real, real crazy.Alchemist: We have a new album coming out real soon. We don’t have a solid date but we’ll be on tour this summer with Action Bronson so we’re finishing the album right now. We’ve got the first single, we’ve got the video, so I’d say July. Thanks again to Al, Oh No and Wavves for joining us. Make sure to follow Rockstar on Twitch to catch more sessions with GTAV soundtrack artists live in the future. Previously:Rockstar Editor Contest: Create the Official Music Video for "Leave" by WavvesThe Alchemist and Oh No Present: Welcome to Los Santos Out NowGTAV Soundtrack Artist Spotlight: An Interview with The Chain Gang of 1974Thu, 21 May 2015 13:29:39 -0400Fan Art: Femme Fatales, Celebrity Sightings, The Rockstar Rock & Morehttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52435/fan-art-femme-fatales-celebrity-sightings-the-rockstarhttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52435/fan-art-femme-fatales-celebrity-sightings-the-rockstarThis week’s gallery of outstanding fan art features some stunning original character illustrations as well as the work of a veritable GTA Online character creator surgeon who is able to replicate famous faces that will have you doing double-takes. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram where we share great fan creations regularly, and 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.Oh hi Twitter, here's an #illustration of my GTA V Online character. #art #gaming #games pic.twitter.com/7iT5WczMNK— dan howard (@danhowardart) May 12, 2015L.A. based illustrator Dan Howard shared this original illustration of his badass GTA Online character taking no mess on the mean highways of Blaine County. Check out Dan’s painting in high res at his tumblr and follow him on Twitch to catch him working his magic live.My personal portrait in the style of #GTAOnline by @IrishaKosmi @RockstarGames pic.twitter.com/cnFHDfAKQk— Sophie Kokonitos (@O_Sophi) May 7, 2015IrinaCarrey of the Russian Girls Crew drew this dramatic portrait for and of her homegirl and Crew-mate Sophie (kokonitos) - dressed to kill en route to the Oriental Theater in Vinewood.                                                                                GTA V by Grobi-GrafikThis 'Trevor-Femart' by German artist Grobi-Grafik is a smoking reincarnation of the Sandy Shores psychopath complete with tats, torch and plenty attitude.                                                                     Princess Robot Bubblegum by FBendedeviantARTist Felipe L. Bende might be watching a bit too much CNT as he was inspired to create this original homage to hentai heroine Princess Robot Bubblegum.                                                                                             GTA V by rhysapgwynSouth African artist Rhys ap Gwyn commemorated finishing GTAV Story Mode with this piece encapsulating his experience on tumblr: “To celebrate me finally completing the game as well as the PC edition… here is some GTAV action… This actually started out being very different, with Trevor being the only character as part of a triathlon… Then I wanted all three, then it transformed again and again into this… I kind of liked the chaos and then citizens going about their days, even if that’s not quite how it is in the game. Then, one day, one fateful day, I saw a screenshot of a car hitting a helicopter… For those PC gamers about to play, I thought it was an astonishing experience, and you’ve got them sumptuous textures, which basically means you’re in for a treat.”                                                                     Jack Kelso Study by Smorescakediigii aka Smorescake has a striking, vintage style in this haunting watercolor series featuring L.A. Noire's Jack Kelso.                                                                                Fan-Rock by EierWippeEierWippe was good enough to share this one with the Social Club community in the comments section to our last Fan Art gallery. A handmade Rockstar logo stone carving - quite the impressive and unique custom trophy.And finally, CharmlessRogue has also carved out a unique specialty – becoming renowned as a “celebrity character creator” virtuoso using the GTA Online character creator’s 2nd character slot to craft some uncanny likenesses. Above are just a few of the spot-on Madame Tussauds level renderings like Godfather-era Al Pacino, the unmistakable Danny Trejo and all four A-Team members – check out Charmless’ Snapmatic feed to keep up with the latest and greatest creations including an amazing Charlize Theron as more. Have you seen or created an exceptional bit of fan art or great Snapmatic photo that you'd like to share? Be sure to drop a link to it in the comments below for the Social Club community to enjoy or send it our way to see via Mouthoff and we’ll check it out. And if you aren't already, make sure you're following us on Twitter, where we regularly share awesome community creations. Previously:Using the Rockstar Editor to Make Stunning Spherical Panoramas and MoreMaze Bank Logo Sculpture, Tommy Vercetti as a Plushie & More"A Hard Day's Heist", Homemade Los Santos Blueprint Map Skateboard Decks & MoreWed, 20 May 2015 10:20:48 -0400Rockstar Editor Fan Vids: Thrilling Remakes, Original Concepts and Beauteous Showcaseshttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52434/rockstar-editor-fan-vids-thrilling-remakes-originalhttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52434/rockstar-editor-fan-vids-thrilling-remakes-originalFans continue to discover new and interesting ways to utilize the exclusive features of the Rockstar Editor and Director Mode to make their GTAV short films pack a punch. In this latest round-up of published videos, we've spotlighted recreations of iconic scenes, some plausible commercials for Los Santos County Tourism and an original cinematic concept all its own. Check these out and more below.House of Cards created by El SerpeThe classic opening titles of Netflix’s House Of Cards is impressively recreated in this 4K resolution time-lapse video from El Serpe. From the slow zoom in to the Faswan statue on Portola Drive; the rise and fall of shadows across the Maze Bank, to the wide pan of the Galileo Observatory, El Serpe has mirrored the style and techniques of the original, while choosing specific locations around Los Santos to showcase the city in all of its brooding mystery. (For an interview with the composer of the House Of Cards theme, about how it was constructed, we recommend this episode of the Song Exploder podcast).Reservoir Dogs created by GTA Series VideosGTA Series Videos make another appearance on our list with a seriously beastly take on Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs. Faithfully mimicking the famous slow-mo Diner exit of the original film, this Rockstar Editor Machinima features a canine cast of doggone cool as they walk the walk to George Baker’s iconic “Little Green Bag”. Feel Good In Los Santos created by California1995In this picturesque visual ode to the landscape of GTAV, California1995 offers a different perspective on the traditional Los Santos lifestyle of anarchy and bloodshed. Capturing swooping views of sandy beaches, wildlife and mountains, glorious sunsets and relaxed urban living in moments of calm and tranquility, it’s almost the tourism promo that Los Santos never had. Nature Beauty created by OKOK PLAlso taking the scenic route is OKOK PL’s exploration of the natural beauty in GTAV. From land to sea, city to coast, OKOK PL casts a studied eye on the wide variety of landscape and wildlife in GTAV. Lingering, wide shots and an orchestral score add extra punch on this cinematic journey around the breath-taking scenery and geography of San Andreas.The Devil You Know created by BreadCat ProductionsIn their channel's very first upload, BreadCat Productions showcase an original trailer concept that draws heavily from traditional action-thriller cinema. Using a dramatic soundtrack and taglines typical of the genre, “The Devil You Know” introduces a dark, suspenseful story of brutal fisticuffs and good ol’ fashioned revenge - without a doubt a Los Santos blockbuster.James Bond Edition created by DomesticMangoNo prizes for guessing the inspiration behind DomesticMango's latest Rockstar Editor effort. With editing skills to match his driving ability, DomesticMango pulls all kinds of cinematic tricks out the bag in this fast, frenzied police chase. We particularly enjoyed the Tarantino-esque shots from inside chasing police cars, long pans that match the speed of the Dewbauchee JB 700 and the camera move through the open window of the police van. The direction is on point too: stay with the video for a dramatic final sequence that matches perfectly to the iconic soundtrack. ALSO CHECK OUT:GTA5 BMX - 'Learning Curve' - Part 1 by ash0191: Showing off some impressive BMX stunts, Ash0191's Editor video combines wall climbs and grinds with perfectly timed video capture, angles and sequences. Not to mention an excellent bike tour of GTAV streets, rooftops and stairwells. iksperəmentəl: A GTA 5 Film by Lady Miss 80s: Wanting to experiment with filming GTAV characters against a green screen and adding in real life and animated images, snaps and video clips behind them led Lady Miss 80s to the creation of this visually eclectic, electric and original creation.Kinetica - A Unique GTA Experience by Visual Intel: Also testing the visual experimental waters, this video was inspired by Michael Shainblum's 'Mirror City'. The result is a stunning kaleidoscopic look at the cities of San Andreas as lights pulse and blur in the neon jungle.  Prison Break by StefanS02: With all the right ingredients, StefanS02 adds in the flavors that make for a filmic prison breakout. Slow-mo shootouts, fast foot chases and explosive fire for survival in and out of the arena. 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:GTAV PC Fan Videos: More Prime Cuts from the Rockstar EditorRockstar Video Editor: The First Days Mon, 18 May 2015 16:11:49 -0400New Rockstar Verified Jobs: A 40-Story Deathmatch, Woodland Chaos, Body Snatching and Morehttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52433/new-rockstar-verified-jobs-a-40-story-deathmatch-woodlandhttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52433/new-rockstar-verified-jobs-a-40-story-deathmatch-woodlandToday, we have 10 brand new Rockstar Verified Jobs created by the Social Club community, stamped with the Rockstar seal of approval, and now live in-game for everyone to play across all five platforms - PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Among them are some of the most unique and creatively themed Deathmatches, Captures, Last Team Standings and Races in the Verified collection to date. We've also Verified three bonus Races for PC, PS4 and Xbox One that were designed with support for larger lobbies and making use of the additional props placement that those systems make possible. Check out all the Jobs below and head over to Social Club to bookmark them, or find them in the Rockstar Verifieds section of the GTA Online in-game Pause menus.10 New Verified Jobs available on all platformsChaos erupts in Forest Mayhem Forest Mayhem - Created by TitlitoPerhaps taking inspiration from his homeland's natural terrain, Switzerland's Titlito has created a chaotic and fast-paced Deathmatch for up to 10 players in a hilly section of dense forest just south of Paleto Bay. Tightly packed trees and boulders can make visibility tricky, particularly when players go off-piste around the side of the arena-style barriers. A narrow gulch separates the sides, which can make for some interesting opening exchanges, as each team tries to dominate the sides and make headway over the two bridges. Watch out when taking cover behind explosive containers - the centrally placed Grenade Launcher could prove your undoing. GTA: Stealing a Dead Person - Created by joeACdude43"Martin Madrazo has ordered you to crash the funeral of recently deceased Forelli crime family member Johnny Pacino and steal his body so he can hold it for ransom." Two Teams go up against the grieving members of the Forelli gang to gain control of the Romero hearse carrying Johnny Pacino's last remains. The graveyard will become the centerpiece location as players shootout against NPCs to get behind the wheel of the hearse. It's a long way back to each Capture Point, and with each team driving Jackals for support, you can expect the body to change hands several times before it reaches its final destination. Tip: Two-handed weapons such as Assault Rifles can't be used while driving, so hustle to pick up one of the Micro SMGs for maximum versatility. RoC Santos - Created by D.A.R.K.N.E.S.S.Mastery of the settings in the Race Creator can really change the look and feel of your Created Job. D.A.R.K.N.E.S.S., leader of the Reapers 0f Carnage Crew, has created a Race for Supercars set in the dead of night, with Traffic turned off. The effect is one of a classic streetcar race - Midnight Club style. Well-placed checkpoints make the route easy to follow, but intelligent prop placement make it challenging to master. There are classic hallmarks of street races, including a hairpin bend on the freeway and an awesome fast-paced jump to see you past the checkered flag. If you're way out in front and feeling confident, feel free to troll those in your wake with a flip through the finish line.A forty-story fight breaks out in TriphasicTriphasic - Created by DimiBarcelonaCatalonian YouTuber DimiMoon puts his own spin on a skyscraper-based Deathmatch: The three wings of the Arcadius building Downtown have been linked up with ‘bridges’ made from Shipping Containers. DimiMoon has clearly put a lot of effort into tweaking prop placement to get things aligned and stacked just right. There's a smart risk-vs.-reward balance at play as well – the most powerful weapon pickups are available to players brave enough to risk death and run across the top of the containers on top of the Arcadius business building. Oh - and watch out for Sticky Bombs. Contend: Gas 'N' Go - Created by Wraith-Of-VernWraith-Of-Vern has set up a Capture very similar in location to previously Verified Job "Contend: Zombie Town", but this has a radical departure in style. Key to victory will be stocking up on weapons while at your Team's Capture Point to prepare for the vicious battle for Bags at this rural gas station. This is very much a classic Contend-style Capture that requires each player to navigate asphalt and off-road terrain in intelligently-chosen vehicles. The gas station provides a strong focal point for the action to take place, with a few NPCs dotted around to keep things interesting. The Great Adventurer - Created by DeadRoosterDeadRooster of the illustrious GTA Adventures Crew delivers a fantastic high speed point-to-point for Supercars that takes in the scenery of Downtown Los Santos, the LS Freeway, Vinewood Hills, Grand Senora Desert and the Alamo Sea; all in a Race that can be completed by ace drivers in a little under 3 minutes, 30 seconds. We're glad to say that all of DeadRooster's creativity isn't totally spent on the Race itself, saving some for a Description as good as any that we've seen: "You've always claimed to be an outdoors person and that one day you're gonna climb Mt. Chiliad. Today your adventure finally begins. So here you are at Los Santos International Airport, in a super car paid for by your rich Liberty City mob boss father, heading to the base of the mountain the only way you know how; driving like an ass with no regard for the environment and those around you. Super car Race for up to 16 players from LSIA to the first dirt road north of the Alamo Sea." Life Invader Circuit - Created by The_TwilicaneThe_Twilicane describes this one best: "Tight turns, narrow and wide roads, a smooth hairpin, and fast adrenaline pumping sections are sure to please those who are more serious about racing." This is a fairly simple Super car Race around Rockford Hills, Little Seoul and Vespucci. Props are placed well adding to the professional feel of the track without interfering with the route.Cars go flying in Ramps! Ramps! Ramps! Ramps! Ramps! Ramps! - Created by GTA_Fan_82This is a short track, set entirely on the bridge over Lago Zancudo. Players jump over small ramps as they criss-cross their way to the end of the bridge, before turning around and repeating the process in the opposite direction. There are sure to be lots of collisions and near-misses as the pack thins out and cars are flying into each other from different directions. Don't forget to flick down on the left analog stick in midair to maintain a level position for your car. Also, work hard to master the hairpins at either end, where there is prime opportunity for vindictive stragglers to knock you out of position.Shotgun City - Created by Unique AshShotgun City is a Last Team Standing that takes place in a dark alleyway beneath the Del Perro Pier. The alley is filled with Props at regular intervals, making for a very claustrophobic map which requires combined skills of stealth and timing. The Props provide plenty of cover allowing each team to advance forwards fairly safely - just as well since you’ve got to get very close to your enemy to kill them with the default Shotguns. Just one clean shot will do it - you may soon find yourself in a tense war of attrition where any false move will immediately be punished. Project Z Grand Prix - Created by Zenzi23Zenzi23 is another dedicated racer, belonging to four different pre-eminent racing Crews including Verified Race Creator hotbed Red Rum Racing. Project Z is a Grand Prix style circuit requiring multiple skillsets to manage intricate technical sections, challenging high speed corners and hidden chicanes. Pick a car to match your skills whether you're a rally-style drifter, technical wizard on the racing line or you just prefer to throw caution to the wind and accelerate away from any trouble. 3 Bonus Races designed for PC, PS4 and Xbox One  Casino Royale - Created by parksguardParksguard's penchant for racing is proven by his membership of two of the top racing Crews around: Nonchalant Dominance PS4 and Sweat Buckets. Combine this with the fact that 11 different versions of his newly Verified race Casino Royale have been published and it's no surprise that this memorable and exciting track is full of brilliant prop placement - clearly the work of a true perfectionist out to turn Mirror Park into a real racetrack. Cheetah Grand Prix - Created by gun1t123Committed GTA racing luminary gun1t123 has put together a high speed Race for Super cars in the Downtown and Rockford Hills areas of Los Santos. We've seen many Races in these areas before but gun1t1233 (aka Shaggy) carved a unique route with props forming additional tight bends and chicanes. This is a Race that works brilliantly with a full lobby so gather your Crew together for a session and make sure to crank the number of Laps for the full experience. For a preview before you get involved, you can see a playthrough recorded by Shaggy himself. B.I.T.C.H. - Created by LadyMiss80sAs the description says, this Race has it all - Beach. Industrial. Track. City. Highway. Class act LadyMiss80s has created a lengthy Motorcycle Race across a number of different locations in LS. It's a difficult route, one which take several laps to truly master. Watch out in particular for high speed jumps into the Los Santos Storm Drain as well as a tight 270-degree turn / staircase combo. Long narrow sections along the train tracks are ideal for popping a wheelie in your Hakuchou and ripping past 29 other players all jostling for position.Please note that in addition to occasionally changing Job names due to taste, copyright or other reasons - we also from time to time will make other small edits to players' Jobs before making them Rockstar Verified. This includes, but is not limited to modifying spawn points, improving checkpoints or increasing/decreasing the amount of weapon picks ups for a particular Job. Once Jobs are Rockstar Verified, they become available for play across multiple platforms, so you'll have all these newly Verified creations available in your next Freemode session (and you can always bookmark them at the Social Club for easy access in your next session).Also – tune in tomorrow Friday May 15 at 5pm ET for a special Rockstar Games Twitch live stream where we'll be playing through all of the above Jobs with members of the Rockstar community including invited Creators themselves. Keep an eye on our Twitter, or join us in the Twitch chat for an opportunity to get involved in the lobby as a player. Previously:Cloud Piercing Air RacesClose-Quarters Confrontation, Pure Racing and Major PropsThu, 14 May 2015 12:12:10 -0400Rockstar Editor Contest: Create the Official Music Video for “Leave” by Wavveshttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52432/rockstar-editor-contest-create-the-official-music-video-forhttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52432/rockstar-editor-contest-create-the-official-music-video-forCalling all budding directors of Vinewood: You've had several weeks to get to grips with the Rockstar Editor (and we've seen some mighty fine works published already) - and now's the time to pitch your editing skills against the rest of the Grand Theft Auto V PC community with the inaugural Rockstar Editor video contest. This is your chance to create the official music video for the track "Leave" by Wavves, off the Alchemist & Oh No Present: Welcome To Los Santos album and the new in-game radio station The Lab.THE CREATIVE BRIEFYou may have heard the lads from Wavves on your Los Santos radio dial as the hosts of Vinewood Boulevard Radio or caught them recently when they guested on the Rockstar Games live stream. Now, Wavves have commissioned the Social Club community to create their official music video for "Leave". Wavves themselves along with Rockstar Games will be reviewing the finalists and deciding who wins, so here's a bit of direction on what they are looking for:The song is about leaving a bad situation. Whether that means a criminal enterprise or activity, or a bad romantic relationship, or something else entirely is up to you to interpret as the music video director. Just have fun with it and don’t be afraid to get a little weird along the way. To fire your creative juices, here's the track for you to listen to:THE PRIZESAs well as the prestige of having your masterpiece selected as the track's official music video, the grand prize winner will receive a custom G910 Orion Spark Gaming Keyboard and G510 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse both of which come laser engraved with the Rockstar Editor logo as well as your own personal Social Club ID to make it a truly one-of-a-kind bit of kit. The G910 Orion Spark Gaming Keyboard features ultra-responsive mechanical keys and Logitech’s Intelligent Illumination. Fully supported by GTAV PC, the backlit keys match the signature color of the character you’re playing as while in Story Mode dynamically (blue for Michael, green for Franklin, orange for Trevor), the function keys flash red and blue when you have a Wanted Level, and a custom profile can be setup to backlight only the relevant keys while using the Rockstar Editor. The G510 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse features 11 programmable buttons, customizable weight and five selectable DPI settings, from headshot-precise 200 DPI targeting to lightning-fast 12,000 DPI maneuvers.As if that's not enough, the Winner also receives a deluxe prize pack of awesome official GTAV gear and a $100 gift card at the Rockstar Warehouse - which can be used on anything currently available, including rounding out your Rockstar Digital Download collection, expanding your Rockstar wardrobe, or upgrading your GTA Online vehicle fleet with a Megalodon Shark Card.Two runners-up will each receive a $100 Rockstar Warehouse gift card and a deluxe prize pack of official GTAV gear.The winner and the two runners-up will also be featured here at the Rockstar Newswire.HOW TO ENTEREntering the competition is easy. Simply create a video in the Rockstar Editor using GTAV PC and publish it to Rockstar Games Social Club via the in-game menu. From there, head to the My Videos page on Social Club, and tag your video with the word "leave" to enter it into the contest. A few important points:The video must feature the song "Leave" by Wavves as its soundtrack, and only that song.Your video must be between 3 and 5 minutes in length.The video must be published to Rockstar Games Social Club and tagged with the word 'leave' between now and 11:59pm ET on June 8th to be eligible.For legal reasons, only residents of certain countries are eligible to win.The video must be made entirely using the Rockstar Editor. We know that many advanced Rockstar Editor video creators like to use additional third party editing software but in order to keep this competition fair for all entrants, we require that you only use the Rockstar Editor in producing the video.UNLOCKABLE T-SHIRT FOR EVERY EDITOR (REDEEMED THIS JUNE)Even if you don't win, every Social Club member worldwide who uploads any video to Social Club (not just entries in the competition) during the contest period will unlock an in-game t-shirt bearing the logo of the Vinewood blockbuster hit The Loneliest Robot in Great Britain. Please note that the t-shirt will be awarded after the contest ends in early June, so please don't expect it to appear as soon as you upload a video! And for those who haven't seen it yet, The Loneliest Robot in Great Britain is on an extended run at the Tivoli, Ten Cent and Oriental Theatres in downtown Los Santos right now.Wavves and Rockstar Games will pick the winning clip taking into consideration adherence or interpretation of The Creative Brief mentioned above, entertainment and artistic value, editing quality and overall creativity. Watch the Social Club contest page to see how other Social Club members think your clip stacks up against the competition and stay tuned for the winners announcement this June.Void in certain countries and where prohibited. See www.rockstargames.com/socialclub/events/contests for official rules and eligibility details. Tue, 12 May 2015 17:39:49 -0400Crew Cut: The Top Street Racers on PC, Crew Joyriding with the Rockstar Editor & Morehttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52431/crew-cut-the-top-street-racers-on-pc-crew-joyriding-withhttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52431/crew-cut-the-top-street-racers-on-pc-crew-joyriding-withIn this latest edition of the Crew Cut, we take a look at the top performing racing Crews in these first few weeks of PC release, as well as the activities of some quite unique squads such as the Heist-themed Lufthansa Collective, plus Crews utilizing the Rockstar Editor to showcase their adventures and more. TOP PC RACING CREWSMembers of 2ch PCA, currently the #1 PC racing Crew, at one of their regular car meetups.Since last month's release of Grand Theft Auto V and GTA Online for PC, elite Crews have been off to the Races, hopping in their customized rides and racking up wins to prove who are the most feared street racers of the latest generation to invade Los Santos.We can report that as of press time, the top racing Crew on PC is Japan's 2ch PCA led by H_I_R_O with an astounding 7,091 wins amongst their 854 members. 2CPC are also proper car enthusiasts - frequently posting car meetups on their Steam page and they're also collectively responsible for hundreds of Creator Races including the recently published “SHUA” on PC by member HyyyAngYi which has already racked up over 300 plays in just about one week’s time.Ranked second, and not by far, are Axe X Executioner with 6,199 wins. Created by RaymondWai and with a leadership of Lieutenants who all hail from Hong Kong, AXER also have numerous Creator Races under their belt (check out the popular PC Job "100" by Lymark).Rounding out the top 3 worldwide racing Crews is Taiwanese Fraternity with 5,769 wins. Led by Phoenix_Kuo, TWFC maintain a Crew social page on popular Taiwanese gaming site gamer.com.tw and also are responsible for some very popular custom Races. Lieutenant Joker68ui most notably has crafted a Land Race called “刷勝場” with an amazing 4.2K plays in just a few days since being published.Might we see an all-Asia battle for supremacy between these proud Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan based racing Crews? Time – and the global leaderboards – will tell. THE HEIST-THEMED LUFTHANSA COLLECTIVEGangsters take selfies too. Lufthansa Collective Representative seb_85 incriminates himself with some Crewmates in the background.Any fan of Goodfellas worth their salt remembers its dramatic depiction of the well-connected crew behind the infamous Lufthansa heist. Social Club's MrRuggiero recently wrote in to boast about his Lufthansa Collective (ZIPS), a roleplaying mafia Crew named after the biggest cash heist in American history.Founded this past January, ZIPS seem to have been casing Los Santos just in time to pull off those five big scores you may have heard about. And – like budding Scorseses – they’ve been quick to document their Heist exploits cinematically as you can check out in the video below. Catch up with these friends of ours at their Crew page or at lufthansacollective.clanwebsite.com – just don’t forget your shine box. THE ELITE SHRED BMX TEAMFounded just shy of one year ago, the elite SHRED BMX TEAM has garnered renown as one of the most elite BMX collectives in the stunting scene. “The top BMX riders, racers and creators on PS and PC” as their official Motto states, is backed up with proof-in-the-pudding team-tages of amazing footage as seen in the video above, and Crew Leader sbmxplex has stacked SBMX to the brim and forged alliances with some of the most talented BMXers and Crews out there even boasting such legends as Freestyle BMX’s Crew Leader erasableninja and Evolve Stunting’s BMX stunting pioneer FishyDizzle. And if you’re looking for some great Creator Races, tailored and tuned specifically to be played with bikes, you’ll do well to browse the SHRED team’s collection knowing that Crew members are always making and perfecting some awesome ones together.THE ARTFUL HEISTERS: CRAZY BLAMMERSThe Crazy Blammers (SNAP) were founded on the eve of GTA Online’s launch, September 30th 2013 and the tight-knit 18-man Crew are still going strong especially as a well-oiled machine taking down Heists together.Crew Leader, UK-based artist Matthew Hogben aka HoggyHogben, celebrated SNAP’s criminal exploits with the fun bit of Heist Crew art seen above showing everything from their mission briefings to their fiery getaways and sky-piercing aerial maneuvers. As Hoggy states at deviantART, “The Heists on GTA Online are just amazing so I had to do some fan art for it with me and my Crew, the Crazy Blammers. Feel free to join my Crew at: http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/crew/crazy_blammers.”FROM DEL PERRO TO SANTA MONICA WITH THE VICE CITY CRIME MOB IRLIt's always amazing to see Crews who not only bond on the streets, beaches and countrysides of southern San Andreas – but who wind up forming true friendships in real life. There are some highly-respected Crews out there known for being just as tight IRL as in GTA Online such as Hillbilly Agenda and Merryweather IMF - and now add to that list the thriving Vice City Crime Mob (VCCM). We recently gave them a recruitment nod at the Crew Noticeboard especially in light of their well-organized Heists sessions, and seeing this post and photoset at the vicegamers.com Crew website from Rep nikkievercetti will really get you in the feels:“About a year ago I joined VCCM on PS3 (as Sabrotage) and I instantly felt very welcome and at home in this Crew. I loved playing the game and felt lucky to find myself in a community full of mature and fun players. At the time I didn't know that the game or the Crew would have such an impact on my life.After joining I met a bunch of great people including @King Duncan [aka King_Duncan_VII] who at the time was KiddKash. Over the last year he has become my very best friend in the world. It's no secret that we're often partners in crime in the game but we also became super close in ‘real life’. I was extremely fortunate to get the opportunity to fly across the country (From Maine to California, literally across the whole country haha) to meet him last week. We hung out in the real world Los Santos of LA and had a blast.The whole thing made me think about how insanely lucky I was to happen upon this Crew in a promotional subreddit and to become a part of this group. We may have different play styles or preferences, I may not always make it to events, but this Crew has given me several amazing and lasting friendships and provided a very necessary escape for me from real world drama and tragedy. GTA is just a video game but this crew is a family in its own way and I just wanted to make a mushy post to let you all know how grateful I am that I found it, all of you, and my best friend. Thanks for being an awesome Crew. :]” THE FULL LEATHER JACKETS JOYRIDE WITH THE ROCKSTAR EDITORLongtime Social Club member berduu and members of his Full Leather Jackets captured some of that Crew magic in "Joyridin'" - a Rockstar-Editor-powered video (one of many recent fine creations from the prolific berduu aka Berdu on YouTube) documenting a beautiful day spent BMXing with FLJC, enjoying the San Andreas sunshine and the simple pleasures of stopping to smell the flowers (or pound the Piswasser as it were). As berduu puts it, "Ain't nothing like riding with your boys."Previously:The New Wave of Motorcycle Clubs, Crew Battle Report and MoreTournament Time, Crews in Real Life and MoreThe Flight Crew SpecialTue, 12 May 2015 12:15:44 -0400Fan Art: Using the Rockstar Editor to Make Stunning Spherical Panoramas and Morehttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52430/fan-art-using-the-rockstar-editor-to-make-stunninghttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52430/fan-art-using-the-rockstar-editor-to-make-stunningHaving seen the Rockstar Editor for GTAV PC used to make incredible creative videos, some cunning digital artists have also been utilizing the Editor's tools to create spectacular still images as well. We've featured two Editor artists immediately below, and also read on for some edgy GTA Online character illustrations, pixel-perfect in-game bullet art and impressive IRL ink as well."The World is Yours" by BerduuA fish-eye lens from a birds-eye view captures the curves of Los Santos in this spherical spectacle, stitched together by Berduu from around 200 separate shots captured while floating over the city in the Rockstar Editor. With the sun shimmering in the horizon, mountains and skyscrapers rise through the heights to really give the impression that you're on top of the world. This piece has also been inspiring others to try their hand at the technique such as Quantum_Logic on Steam. Check out Berduu's GTAV and Rockstar Games collection on Flickr for more skillfully crafted moments, including a portrait of our man T.P. that proved worthy of the coveted Reddit front page."Rainy Nights" by YOLOLOLOLO420Redditor YOLOLOLOLO420 also used the Rockstar Editor to create this incredible street scene, with the distant haze of city lights and worn roads under the slick of fresh rain looking super photo-realistic. The image was created via short recorded footage put through the Editor, then fine-tuned with camera, manual focus and lighting settings. This shot, and eight others, were created specifically as mobile phone wallpapers which you can find at DeviantArt or Imgur."Sticky Bomb" by Josh BruceJosh Bruce aka InkByte sums up the destructive impact of a well-timed explosion in this original poster paying homage YouTuber JackSepticEye and the popular weapon of choice for the merry pranksters of Los Santos."Heist" by im0chanIn first-person view, im0chan perfectly captures the breathless final moments of a GTA Online Heist as her comrades dash towards the extraction point to escape in the hovering chopper. Using a minimalist Art Nouveau style, the blue and orange of the sky and desert dominate but it is the fine detail of the wildflowers, wisps of hair and smoking chopper that really help Imo bring the scene to life."Chillin' Wit Da Homies" by Carlos DattoliFrom the tattoos and the statement tees, to the square-set muscle car, CarlosDattoliArt and his GTA Online pals are making the Los Santos storm drain their own."Gipsy" by Juan BrisBrix's GTA Online character, Gipsy fixes a cool blue gaze over a pair of Aviators, channeling that Los Santos retro vibe. More sketches of the mesmerizing Gipsy can be found at Brix's Behance gallery."David Darko" by Sheridan JohnsCommissioned by a friend to do a GTAV style portrait, digital illustrator Sheridan Johns' David Darko has it all - right down to the blood-specked wad of bills and the ready-steady baseball bat.  "Grand Theft Auto V Wallpaper" by Philippe SiqueiraGrove Street life is paused for a reflective moment in this original wallpaper by Philippe Siqueira AKA philippesiq with a hand-drawn touch in lines and colors.  "Chop" by VaultScoutIn the popular GTAV fandom tradition of adorable Chop art, VaultScout here shows that when Chop's not busy earning his daily chow, he's straight chilling.Bold strokes, blocks of red and fine inking make for an impressive almost avant-garde looking Red Dead Redemption tattoo from drewgovantattooist.Sariska's vision of Michelangelo’s iconic Creation of Adam takes GTAV Snapmatics into the classical arts era. We've seen excellent bullet art before but EHOT_KOCMOHABT, takes it to another level of meticulous detail. From tigers and wolves to an edgy spin on the classic skull and crossbones, each image has been crafted with remarkable precision. For more of EHOT_KOCMOHABT's stylish bullet work (and meme creator art), check out his Snapmatic gallery. Have you seen or created an exceptional bit of fan art or great Snapmatic photo that you'd like to share? Be sure to drop a link to it in the comments below for the Social Club community to enjoy or send it our way to see via Mouthoff and we’ll check it out. And if you aren't already, make sure you're following us on Twitter, where we regularly share awesome community creations. Previously:Maze Bank Logo Sculpture, Tommy Vercetti as a Plushie & More"A Hard Day's Heist", Homemade Los Santos Blueprint Map Skateboard Decks & MoreFri, 08 May 2015 15:27:32 -0400Asked & Answered: The Rockstar Editor, GTA Online Updates, PC Mods and Morehttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52429/asked-answered-the-rockstar-editor-gta-online-updateshttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52429/asked-answered-the-rockstar-editor-gta-online-updates“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?” – carl0winerTo 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?” – sn3jkuThe 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?” – @ColtsPacersJoshWe 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?” – RayzRBlayde1229The 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?” - @MattophobiaWe 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 MouthoffThank 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?” – JaalloavWhile 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...” – ilewisgtaWe 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]?” - @TacticalTaco5Absolutely. 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.Thu, 07 May 2015 12:00:07 -0400GTAV PC Fan Videos: More Prime Cuts from the Rockstar Editorhttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52428/gtav-pc-fan-videos-more-prime-cuts-from-the-rockstar-editorhttp://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/52428/gtav-pc-fan-videos-more-prime-cuts-from-the-rockstar-editorWe 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 XXIOn 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 BladeThanks 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 VideosProlific 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 DanzNewzA 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 RisingJakeRisingJake 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. ALSO CHECK OUT: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 Incredible91852: Previously 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 DaysGTA Fan Vids: Bird Stunting, Things You Don’t See in Superhero Movies & MoreJaw-Dropping BMX Stunts from ErasableNinja, Santa Monica VS Del Perro POV and MoreThu, 07 May 2015 09:50:05 -0400