Nobody is completely certain why, however it appears that you can no more download and install Grand Theft Auto 4 through Steam.
While GTA 4‘s Steam Page still exists, you might discover that it no more provides the alternative to really download and install the video game. This modification was relatively transformed the weekend break when followers discovered that the download switch had actually been eliminated without notification or description.
So what took place? That’s a superb concern that every person appears to be attempting to identify right now. However, there are numerous concepts that might clarify this unexpected modification.
The initially such concept includes the GTA 4 soundtrack. Rockstar has actually battled to protect the GTA 4 soundtrack for many years as well as has actually needed to eliminate tracks from the video game based on maturing copyright as well as certificate arrangements. It’s completely feasible that they were compelled to eliminate GTA 4 from Steam (a minimum of briefly) while they iron out issues pertaining to the video game’s songs.
It’s additionally been kept in mind that GTA 4 on Steam is still depending on that aggravating (as well as mainly obsolete) Microsoft Games for Windows system which infamously compelled GTA 4 gamers on Steam to make use of an additional trick as well as login in order to really have the ability to play the video game. It’s been recommended that Rockstar might either be modifying this system or were or else compelled to make modifications to it as a result of some type of issue with the Games for Windows essential generation program.
The last (as well as probably more than likely) concept says that Rockstar is preparing to make GTA 4 (as well as possibly various other GTA titles) specifically offered on COMPUTER through their very own video games launcher. While that would certainly be annoying for any person that (in some way) hasn’t bought GTA 4 through Steam for many years, it does make a great deal of feeling when you take into consideration the ever-changing nature of the modern-day COMPUTER pc gaming industry.
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