- Mar 1, 2019
I for one hour that it's going to be even more beautiful.
it's even older than 2017, it's 2012-2013 and yes, Valve never enforced it, Reddit post already reported as misleading by media some weeks ago but somehow some outlets still need to publish something when day is slow.Isn't this particular distribution agreement from 2017? And the reports that it is something new were false?
A.k.a valve never enforced it and I doubt they did with rockstar/Take2
It is entirely up to you but if you want to see games from Rockstar continuing to be released on Steam then I would suggest this isn't the best thing for you to do. If enough people go "fuck it I might as well just get it from rockstars shite store" then Rockstar is going to start questioning why bother with a steam release.If the Steam version requires the Rockstar Launcher then I'm just gonna get it on the Rockstar Launcher, I don't wanna have two launchers opening everytime I start the game.
That I can confirm. I own GTA V on the social club (now rockstar launcher) and it wasn't a pleasant experience.just say in my experience with GTA 5 the steam version has had far fewer problems with being downloaded and updated.
They have that Rockstar Social Club thingy, I remember it from GTA V for playing online with friends. It's probably not yet integrated to the launcher, but it's there.I just realised when looking at the Rockstar Launcher there's no friends list, I can't find one anywhere unless I'm being blind
Also if you take a look at the Rockstar Store within the launcher at the bottom of the launcher it says services provided by Digital River. Nope, nope fucking nope. Steam it is.
sounds like the same thing that screw me with GTA 5 aka Arxan DRM + social club + R* Launcher + online check every few daysIs that always online DRM or like Denuvo only checks once per several days?
Good point. I recently tried downloading the massive 133 GB trail version of Gears 4 from the Windows store but couldn't even pause the download without it restarting. Atleast with Steam you know downloading works.However if you are wanting more practical "non-philosophical" reasons for getting the steam version over the social club version lets just say in my experience with GTA 5 the steam version has had far fewer problems with being downloaded and updated.