Modders VS GTA ... Bad Timing | GameSpot News

In this episode of GameSpot News, we talk about Modders Behind GTA Re3 Project Are Fighting Take-Two's Lawsuit, Halo Infinite’s Battle Pass changes, Deathloop Update Adds Controller Remapping and Battlefield 2042 Update Addressing Rubber Banding And Renabling Prox Sensor. 

In this video, DeVante talks about GTA modders fighting against a lawsuit from Take-Two Interactive. The modders were originally sued for their project, Re3, which reverse-engineered the source code for GTA III and GTA: Vice City, allowing the games to run on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation Vita.

DeVante also talks about how Developer 343 Industries is making major changes to the game's battle pass progression system in the wake of a wave of negative feedback about it. These changes include: Halo Infinite players can now earn XP by completing matchmade games. The "Play 1 Game" Daily Challenge is worth 50 XP each. The Challenge deck is also being updated to better serve players of all skill levels.

Later in the video, a new Battlefield update, 1 of 3 in the next 30 days, fixes issues plaguing the game. And Deathloop’s 2nd major patch adds controller remapping and makes many NPC changes.

00:00 - Intro
00:09 - GTA Modder fight back
01:58 - Halo Infinite Battle Pass Changes
02:48 - Battlefield 2042 Update Addresses Issues
03:18 - Deathloop Patch
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