According to the new rules, gamers cannot post videos showing the ending of the game, pure cutscenes or any big story reveals. It is, however, fine to show cutscenes that are part of a larger play-through of the game. Any videos uploaded to sites like YouTube or DailyMotion specifically showing cutscenes only will be subsequently removed at request of "GTA" publisher Take 2. Rockstar is also forbidding gamers from uploading videos of the in-game entertainment, such as the TV shows and radio clips played during gameplay.
"We prefer fans to experience these in the context of the game's world, so any posting of these in isolation will be flagged for removal," the statement reads.
Rockstar went on to state it has no problem with people uploading non-commercial "GTA V" videos to YouTube. However, doing so does put the uploader's content at the whims of the developer and Take 2.
"We have the right to remove content we find objectionable on a case by case basis, and to change our policy from time to time," Rockstar stated. "But we do promise if there is anything we do change, we will make sure to let you know."