Rockstar games ban NFTs, cryptos, and other items on GTA RP

Because of the recent policy changes from Rockstar games, Grand Theft Auto Roleplay (GTA RP) will never be the same again. Rockstar Support revealed on Twitter that the company’s policy on mods now contains roleplay (RP) servers. This stops the usage of NFTs, cryptocurrencies, loot boxes, and multiple other items on an RP server. The announcement comes after the famous rapper Lil Durk presented “Trenches Pass” with treasure boxes on his unique RP server in October.

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In the tweet, Rockstar Support shared the new rules for the GTA RP servers. The following modifications to their policy will make it illegal for NFTs to be on an RP server:

Using Rockstar Games’ logos or game ideas without authorization Using or misusing other people’s intellectual property (IP), such as other Rockstar IPs, characters, real-world brands, music, or trademarks, in the project.

Also, Commercial benefits, such as selling “loot boxes” for real money or the in-game equivalent, making money via corporate sponsorships or in-game integrations, and selling virtual currencies, or NFTs or cryptocurrencies to make money. Making new maps, games, missions, or stories. Meddling with official multiplayer or online services, like GTA Online and Red Dead Online.

The developers wanted to demonstrate how much they value the creators’ passion and creativity by saying that Rockstar Games has always regarded reasonable fan creativity and wants creators to showcase their passion for their games. Third-party “Roleplay” servers are an extension of the rich array of community-created ventures within Grand Theft Auto that we hope will continue to thrive in a safe and friendly way for many years to come.

Also read: GTA 5 gets playable NFTs from MyMetaverse and Enjin

Tez2, an insider, reveals that last month, Lil Durk teamed up with Exceed Talent Capital to “IPO” his music. The company is presumed to release a “Trenches All-Access Pass” that will be an NFT and will include a “Loot Box.”

According to the source, Rockstar’s new directions might be a response to Lil Durk’s NFT system.

Jake Lucky put out a trailer on September 2, 2022, to inform people about Lil Durk’s custom GTA server. He stated:

Though it hasn’t been confirmed that the company shifted just because of the changes mentioned. It looks like the people who make GTA RP servers want to get rid of NFTs for good. Players should keep in mind that custom servers should be authorized as long as they don’t break any of the regulations mentioned above.


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