has posted Part 4 of their interview with Dan Houser. This part talks about Rockstar's dealings with multiplayer styles and thoughts about what can work for RDR and future games, including GTA. It ends with Houser's thoughts about DLC and console preferences.
With a desire to embrace multiplayer tied into one to take artificial intelligence one step further there's one obvious catch-all answer – a massively multiplayer online game, an answer that one of GTA's creators has run with in Realtime World's APB. It's something that's certainly crossed Rockstar's collective mind, though its games would have to compromise more than most, perhaps losing the dialogue and plotting that's defined many of its open world pursuits.
website has been updated with "People of the West" and "Weaponry" sections under the Features tab.
In other news, Rockstar has summed up the last GTA IV event for the PC and posted screenshots of the event
Rockstar has also posted details about the next event for Midnight Club LA on the Xbox 360 which is going down tomorrow, Friday, February 26th from 4-7 PM EST.
Here’s all the details you should need. Any other questions about the event - just hit us up in the comments.
SPECTATE AND CHAT
Not able to race us on Friday? You can still follow all the action at the Social Club Multiplayer Event page with a live streaming broadcast of the entire event. We'll also have a chatbox up and running on game day for those that want to discuss the action as it unfolds.
Look below for specific directions you can follow to get online and race the streets with Rockstar.
HOW TO FIND US
Press Start on your Xbox 360 controller. Scroll one tab to the right to Modes. Choose Xbox Live from the list.
Choose Player Match and then Custom Match. Choose Yes from the next dialog.
Choose Cruise from the list. In Race Options set Maximum Players to 16 and Vehicle Class to Any.
Look for a RockstarDub Gamertag and jump in on the action.
OFFICIAL ROCKSTAR GAMERTAGS
Participating Rockstar Gamertags for the event will be: