Rockstar Teams Up With FiveM and RedM for GTA Roleplay, Stirring Excitement for GTA 6

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Exciting news in the gaming world as Rockstar has officially announced their collaboration with the team behind the successful modding servers, FiveM and RedM, for Grand Theft Auto 5. This unexpected partnership has sparked fresh excitement and speculation about the highly anticipated GTA 6.

The team responsible for the popular Rockstar roleplay and creator communities, FiveM and RedM, known as Cfx.re, has officially joined Rockstar Games.

FiveM is a popular platform that serves as the primary host for several prominent GTA RP servers. Despite being released on PC eight years ago, GTA5 continues to attract thousands of players, with many of them enjoying their gaming experience through

Rockstar expressed their enthusiasm for the innovative ways in which their creative community has been pushing the boundaries of Grand Theft Auto 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2. They specifically mentioned the creation of specialized roleplay servers as a notable example of this expansion of possibilities.

In order to provide more support for the roleplay creative community, we have recently updated our policy on mods to include them officially.

Through our collaboration with the Cfx.re team, our aim is to assist them in discovering innovative approaches to enhance their support for the thriving community and enhance the services they offer to both developers and players.

"We are excited to provide more information in the coming weeks and months."

Rockstar fans were both surprised and pleased by the recent news, considering the company's previous conflicts with modders. Back in 2015, Rockstar banned the creators of the FiveM mod, accusing them of developing an unauthorized multiplayer service that included code intended for piracy.

The creator of the mod claimed that Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstar, sent individuals to their residence in an attempt to intimidate them into discontinuing the project.

This announcement arrives before the official release of Grand Theft Auto 6 and suggests that Rockstar intends to introduce its own online roleplaying elements in the game.

Xgamingserver, on the other hand, played down this suggestion and advised fans not to inquire about the next GTA.

In a statement, the Cfx.re team expressed their excitement about the progress their community has made and the chance to collaborate with Rockstar Games in order to enhance the FiveM platform and the creative community associated with it.

"We are thrilled to announce that Rockstar will be supporting us in our ongoing efforts to enhance our platform. Although our day-to-day operations will remain largely unchanged, this collaboration will enable us to make further improvements for the benefit of our users, community, and content creators."

"And for those who are interested in Rockstar's other projects, it is important to note that our collaboration with Rockstar Games is centered around our FiveM and RedM platforms. Therefore, we kindly request that you refrain from inquiring about the upcoming GTA game."

"We deeply appreciate the support from all of you. We are eagerly looking forward to what lies ahead in the future!"

The response to the announcement is predominantly favorable. Here's a brief excerpt:

I definitely did not expect this to happen in 2023. It's quite surprising!

In a surprising turn of events, Rockstar Games has decided to collaborate with modders rather than shutting them down, signaling a new era for the gaming industry.

It has been announced that GTA VI will introduce official RolePlay servers, which is pretty exciting.

The upcoming GTA 6 game is expected to be absolutely amazing.

The popular game GTA 5 has been consistently selling around five million units per quarter for the past few years, and GTA Online remains a significant source of revenue for Take-Two. Rockstar, the developer of the game, confirmed last year that GTA 6 is actively being developed, but has not provided many official updates on its progress. There was a major leak late last year that revealed some unfinished aspects of the game, but Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick stated in an interview with IGN a few months later that while this was a sensitive issue for the developers, it did not have a negative impact on the business.

The release of GTA 6 is anticipated to occur in either the fiscal year 2025 or 2026, with the start of fiscal 2025 being in

Wesley is the UK News Editor at IGN. You can connect with him on Twitter by searching for @wyp100. If you have any inquiries or wish to contact Wesley, you can reach him via email at wesley_yinpoole@ign.com or confidentially at wyp100@proton.me.

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