An unofficial website domain that claims to be giving out multiplayer beta codes for the upcoming multiplatform title, “GTA 5,” has been awarded to Take-Two Interactive. According to a report by Fusible on March 9, The company originally filed the complaint to World Intellectual Property Organization over the rights of “betagtav.com.” The unofficial multiplayer beta website now redirects to the official homepage of Rockstar Games. You can check out some screens from the latest installment in the “Grand Theft Auto” series in the slideshow at the top of this article.
A multiplayer beta has not yet been officially announced for “GTA 5.” Recent history suggests that Rockstar Games won’t be doing one at all for the upcoming title.
“GTA 5” was previously scheduled to come out this spring. However, the open-world action adventure video game has been pushed back until Sept. 17 in order to allow for more development time. Rockstar North is the developer behind the project with Rockstar Games handling the publishing duties. Both companies are subsidiaries of Take-Two Interactive. You can pre-order the game in the following link: “GTA 5”