The recent Denuvo leak has led to speculation that Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC, despite no mention of the platform during the game’s reveal trailer.
The CEO of Grand Theft Auto V publisher Take-Two reveals that the company has licensed the rights to a movie adaptation for two of its video game franchises.
Take-Two Interactive and the National Basketball Association reveal a partnership to create an official eSports league, which will be known as NBA 2K eLeague.
Check out the latest screenshots for the OpenIV mod that is looking to bring the entirety of Grand Theft Auto 4’s Liberty City to Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC.
Rockstar Games releases a new update for GTA Online which adds a new game mode called Collection Time and a fictional version of James Bond’s ride from Spectre.
Rockstar Games’ parent company Take-Two refiles two trademarks related to 1970s-set stealth action game Agent, which has been stuck in development hell for years.
With the video game voice actors strike well underway, Game Rant takes an in-depth look at the strike action, and how it reached this point in the first place.
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick reveals that Red Dead Redemption 2 will feature a ‘big, sprawling, optimistic view of America’ as well as ‘incredible emotional depth.’
Take-Two’s CEO says the publisher is interested in backing more remasters like Bioshock: The Collection in the future so here’s hoping Red Dead Redemption is on the list.
Rockstar Games’ open world crime title Grand Theft Auto 5 continues to see success, as the game reaches the point of having 70 million copies shipped.
Rockstar Games reveals the first trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2, which, despite very slim story details, offers up some impressive western visuals.
Samsung issues a DMCA takedown against the original video showcasing the Grand Theft Auto 5 mod that converts C4 explosives into a Galaxy Note 7 phone.
Soon after the announcement of Red Dead Redemption 2 for PS4 and Xbox One, PC fans of the series start an online petition to bring it to home computers.
After years of waiting, Rockstar Games officially announces Red Dead Redemption 2, promising an “epic tale” and a “brand new online multiplayer experience.”
As hype builds for a Red Dead Redemption sequel, some fans have noticed that Take Two Interactive Software have quietly claimed the domain for Red Dead Online.
After a Reddit user reported that Rockstar’s new game’s title is Red Dead Retribution, internet sleuths manage to prove that the claim as nothing more than a hoax.
After hinting at the game for months and months, Rockstar Games appears to confirm Red Dead Redemption 2, sending fans of the Western series into a tailspin.