When Grand Theft Auto 4 first came out in 2008, its multiplayer was a game-changer, allowing players to hang out together in the game’s immaculate Liberty City together for the first time in franchise history. Well, if you were hoping to relive those glory days on the PC, we’ve got some bad news: the multiplayer portion of the game has been permanently disabled due to lingering issues with the now-defunct Games for Windows Live platform.While this is a massive loss, considering how important those multiplayer modes were to the game’s success, it’s still an improvement on the current situation. Since January, GTA 4 has been unavailable for purchase on Steam due to the fact that Rockstar has run out of keys for the Games for Windows Live. Since the service is now dead, Microsoft has declined to provide any more, which has led to this situation. The single-player portion of the game will be playable starting March 19.If you’re unlucky enough to have bought a physical edition of GTA 4, you’ll have to either use your physical key to update to the new Complete Edition, or connect your Rockstar Social Club account in place of Games for Windows Live. It’s… Read full this story
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