Grand Theft Auto III and Vice City source code removed after Take-Two complaint

This month, the GitHub website published the source code of Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, which enthusiasts managed to obtain using so-called reverse engineering. Later, the code was used to create ports and modifications. However, soon after news in the media, the repository of the project became unavailable.

Now on the page you can find a complaint from Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar Games, which demanded the removal of the code for copyright infringement. In a conversation with Eurogamer, a fan head the project noted that, following a complaint, their next project, which began in January, was in limbo.

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