Grand Theft Auto 4 was Updated to the Full Version and Restored to Steam
As announced by Rockstar last month, the Grand Theft Auto 4 is returning on Steam, with the exclusion of titles for Windows Live without online components.
The positive thing is, you have owned the complete package now of both the main game and the standalone Content because all GTA 4 and Liberty City Stories are purchased.
Yesterday the other models were replaced by the new model, but the saving of data remains consistent while a game remains underway.
However, you won’t have the option to switch into the online leaderboard feature, which has been dropped. Also from the rosters of the radio stations came RamJam FM, Self-Attend FM, and Vice City FM.
Installation of Games:
The full edition of Steam and the Rockstar Games Installer can be downloaded on March 24, but at present, it is only accessible for players who are already possessors of the other Steam editions.
You may even retrieve it in the browser if you have a CD key. Come April, anyone who has picked up GTA 4 or the autonomous DLC through GfWL will now be able to connect their social club account and play via the Rockstar Games Launcher this time again.
If you have GTA 4 already, you will download an upgrade from the 19th of March to start playing. The GTA 4 and its DLC, Liberty City Episodes is to be replaced by GTA 4: Full Version in the future.
The main game and the Content are only included in one box. You can move some previous save files to the latest edition without a delay. Crossed thumbs.
If previously available with Games for Windows Live, the players are required to build and/or connect their Windows Live Social Club profiles to Grand Theft Auto IV: Complete edit.
You just have to toggle the key in the back of the manual to get the latest update if you have not activated GTA 4 in Games for Windows Live. But the whole version should actually wait until 19th March, because Rockstar says the update might otherwise be interrupted.