The famous group of GTA modders has just announced to players that they will remove the 14-year-old mod from GTA: San Andreas for fear of being “touched” by Take-Two. It is known that it is a free and non-commercial mod, released in 2006.
The mod above is called GTA United and is based on the 2004 game released by Rockstar Games and exclusively for PC. It merges the maps from GTA 3 and GTA Vice City into one area of San Andreas, giving players new experiences with different maps. The latest version of this mod, GTA United 1.2, was released in 2012 and has been available for players to download ever since.
Recently, Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstar Games, suddenly announced the removal of a number of GTA map mods. Take-Two’s lawyers are searching all modding databases containing terms like Liberty City, Vice City, and San Andreas to prepare for this. Many people speculate that it is all related to the recently released GTA Online update or a remake project of the old GTA game.
Aware of this, even without being warned, the developers of GTA United also decided to remove their mod. According to them, this is necessary because it seems that Rockstar Games and Take-Two are becoming more and more strict with mods that modify their games, even if it is an old game. Many GTA fans can’t help but feel regretful about this information because GTA United is a good mod and gives them many interesting experiences.
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