DMCA Takedown: ‘Grand Theft Auto 4’ Definitive Edition Mod
Get to work. Take-Two Interactive appears to have taken issue with Grand Theft Auto IV Definitive Edition’s modding project and sent a DMCA notice to the developers.
Although the notice was anonymously provided, Benoit Blanc would not be called to help solve the mystery of whodunnit. “I knew this day would come,” read the Tweet from Definitive Edition Project. It announced the shocking news. “Here we have a DMCA from Rockstar (I assume) on the GTAIVDE patch. It seems that GTAIV-related material must be removed from this website.
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Take-Two Interactive targeted mods that emulated Grand Theft Auto – The Trilogy – The Final Edition last year (gosh! that’s not any easier to say), and now it’s defending its intellectual property against the malicious actions of those who love the game. The Grand Theft Auto IV: Definitive Edition project was launched in 2016. It aimed to fix bugs and improve player experience. Grand Theft Auto IV has been modded by the team. They also worked on San Andreas and Chinatown Wars mods. Bully, The Warriors, and many other projects. The Grand Theft Auto IV Deluxe Edition is the only one currently available. The developers encourage players to get the other mods as soon as they’re still available.