Grand Theft Auto 4 is no longer for sale on Steam

Grand Theft Auto 4 is no longer for sale on Steam

Grand Theft Auto 4 has been pulled from the Steam store.

At the time of writing, there’s been no official word from developer Rockstar or Valve on why the game’s disappeared from the storefront, but if you head to the Grand Theft Auto 4’s Steam page you’ll notice that the option to buy the open-world shooter has been surreptitiously removed.


As our pals at PC Gamer rightfully remind us, GTA Vice City vanished in a similar way from the marketplace back in 2012. The withdrawal was due to a licencing issue with Michael Jackson’s Wanna Be Startin’ Something, but nowadays we tend to see songs patched out when licences expire, rather than the decidedly more drastic act of having a game yanked from sale completely.

It’s possible the game’s been made unavailable as it previously connected to Games For Windows Live, or could it have something to do with Rockstar’s Game Launcher, perhaps? Launched back in September 2019, it offers some – but not all – of Rockstar games in a single place, no matter where you bought them from. Early adopters were even encouraged to get involved with a free digital copy of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas just for downloading.

Panic not if you’ve already purchased it, of course; it should still be in your library if and when you fancy it.

In related news, If you’ve found yourself longing for a sunset drive along the coast in the Grand Theft Auto world, you’re in luck, as a new mod for GTA 5 lets you hang out in Vice City again. As Alyssa recently explained, “the nostalgia is real, and it’s neon”.

Vice Cry: Remastered is a port of Vice Cry, a popular mod for GTA Vice City that overhauled the game’s graphics back in 2015. It looks like this is a fresh update, as a version titled ‘1.0’ dropped on December 20, 2019, a month or so after the official trailer launched. Vice Cry: Remastered runs as DLC, with new models and textures, working traffic lights, custom population groups, car generators, better water mechanics, and 3D neon models – amongst other things.

Part of GR+’s news crew, Vikki is a (jumpy) survival horror survivalist with a penchant for sci-fi, shooters, thrillers, and a strong cup of Yorkshire tea. A committed Guardian and Spartan, she’s terrible at FPSs, but loves ’em all the same.


Source:- gamesradar