A fan undertaking that reverse-engineered the supply code of Grand Theft Auto three and Grand Theft Auto Vice Metropolis has been taken down, seemingly by Rockstar’s guardian firm.
You may see the undertaking in motion on this YouTube showcase video, which reveals the entire enhancements delivered to the sport as a result of staff’s reverse-engineering efforts over a few years, resembling fully-featured debug menus and modernized video settings. As reported by Eurogamer, accessing the repository for Re3 or ReVC on GitHub will now lead users to a “Repository unavailable for DMCA takedown” page.[ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2020/04/15/new-grand-theft-auto-in-development-at-rockstar-games”]
The DMCA itself is available to read here, which seems to return from the copyright holder Take-Two Interactive Software program, the guardian firm of Rockstar Video games. The undertaking would have allowed followers to completely mod the sport and port it to numerous platforms, now that the sport was absolutely decompiled and understood.
The undertaking lead informed Eurogamer that the DMCA could possibly be from a troll, however it was “higher to imagine it was actual” going ahead. Requested concerning the transfer by IGN, Rockstar declined to remark.
In different GTA-related information, a report has alleged new Grand Theft Auto game is in development, with the studio reportedly making adjustments to repair crunch tradition. Here is every IGN Rockstar game review, to tide you over till then.[poilib element=”accentDivider”]