In a tweet, the designer who was one of the original founders of DMA Design (now Rockstar North) wrote: “I see Rockstar are in full-on fucker mode once again and issuing copyright strikes to every GTA video they can locate including my two video prototypes.”
“So now they’re trying to block all release of anyone’s work on a game – and any old development footage.”
The video that was in question featured one of the first designs of GTA that was developed in the mid-1990s, while the Dundee-based DMA Designs were still most popular for Lemming’s brand.
Documentation on the development process that led to the creation of GTA is scarce, however many of the original developers working in DMA during the initial days of the series have shared behind-the-scenes videos over the last few years.
Dailly’s assertion suggests that Rockstar has been pursuing these videos, however, Dailly’s tweet marks the first significant public acknowledgment of this.
VGC has asked Rockstar for comments and will update this article in the event that it does not respond.
Grand Theft Auto 6 will occur in an area inspired by Miami and could feature a female character playable, it’s been claimed.
Bloomberg has reported that the title, which claims was developed in 2014 The game will be “at least two years away”.
Initial designs suggested the inclusion of areas that were modeled after vast swaths across North as well as South America,” the publication says. “The company reeled in those ambitions and cut the main map down to a fictional version of Miami and its surrounding areas.”
In the last month, a Rockstar insider who accurately revealed details regarding the company’s games in past said that remasters of GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption “were on the table a few years ago” but have since been canceled. scheduled.
Kotaku Later, Kotaku confirmed the assertions. According to sources who are aware of Rockstar’s plans, the site said the studio has at least temporarily – put off the remasters so that they can concentrate on the game GTA 6.