Rockstar has released a couple of updates to Grand Theft Auto Online in recent weeks. First up was the "Further Adventures in Finance and Felony" update allowing you to become a Los Santos kingpin of crime.
Next up was the "Cunning Stunts" update which includes a series of surreal races and new character customization items.
Next week will see users be able to create their own tracks with the addition of the Stunt Race Creator tool update.
The PlayStation 2 classic The Warriors has been added to the PlayStation Network, like Max Payne it does not have a platinum trophy.
Not to be out done Microsoft added backwards support for the Xbox 360 version of Red Dead Redemption on the Xbox One. After becoming compatible with the Xbox One sales of the game were reported to have increased significantly.
More details have emerged regarding Leslie Benzies departure from Rockstar Games. Unfortunately the split looks to be far from amicable.
Max Payne is the latest PlayStation 2 classic to be made available for the PlayStation 4. It joins the already available Manhunt, Bully, Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City and San Andreas and has similar enhancements to these previous releases. Curiously though, it has less trophies than other Rockstar classics with no platinum trophy.
Earlier this month saw the release of the "Inch by Inch" adversay mode in Grand Theft Auto Online and this Tuesday, 3rd of May, will see the release of the "In & Out" adversary mode. To celebrate the latest addition to Grand Thaft Auto Online there will be double RP & GTA$ earned in adversary modes all week long.
Manhunt News | Manhunt PS2 Classic Released on PS4
Rockstar have silently released Manhunt as a PlayStation 2 classic for the PlayStation 4 on the EU PSN store.
The download weighs in at just 2gb and will set you back £11.99 on the UK store. At the time of writing the store in other regions hasn't been updated.
This enhanced release boasts the following improvements:
Experience Manhunt for PS2™ with full 1080p up-rendering and enhanced features such as Trophies, Share Play, Remote Play, Activity Feeds and Second Screen support for game manuals with PS Vita or PS App.
Bully has also been added and Max Payne was incorrectly listed as being released a few weeks ago before quickly being removed.
Those interested in trophies will be pleased to know both Manhunt and Bully feature a platinum trophy.
The valentines day inspired "Be My Valentine" update for Grand Theft Auto Online on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is now live.
The newly added "Till Death Do Us Part" adversary mode will give out double RP and cash throughtout valentines weekend.
GTA News | Executives and Other Criminals & PS2 Classics
December seen several noteworthy Grand Theft Auto releases, kicking off with the previously speculated HD re-release of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for the PlayStation 3.
Sony announced and quickly released several enhanced PlayStation 2 classics for the PlayStation 4. These enhanced releases include trophy support and run at a higher resolution than they did on the PlayStation 2, Rockstar have already released Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City and San Andreas. Hopefully Manhunt isn't too far behind.
The PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Grand Theft Auto Online received the "Executives and Other Criminals"
Closing the month out saw Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories get an enhanced release on iOS.
GTA News | San Andreas PS3 Release Seemingly Imminent
Many UK and US retailers are listing a December 1st physical release of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on the PlayStation 3. Rockstar have yet to to make an announcement, this follows a similar low key updated release of the game a little over a year ago on the Xbox 360.
This past week saw the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Grand Theft Auto V gain the addition of lowriders.
The update also added several other additions such as new weapons, adversary modes and new Lamar missions to GTA Online.
GTA News | Freemode Events and Rockstar Editor Now Available
The latest update for Grand Theft Auto Online recently went live, the update includes the previously PC exclusive Rockstar Editor making its way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game as well as Freemode Events being added to the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
In an IGN published interview Rockstar said that there would be no more updates for the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 versions of Grand Theft Auto Online due to technical limitations of the platforms. Elsewhere in the interview they say that there are no plans for story DLC for Grand Theft Auto V, despite previously suggesting that it was in the works, as well as reconfirming that there would be no more Online Heists added.