@TR71777 We kinda are breaking the game EULA by reverse-engineering it.... so R* has all the right to do whatever the fuck they want to, since
- its their game
- we're breaking the EULA!
Since R* likes money, they should probably work with the mod community a little more. Only reason I bought GTAV is because of the mod scene and things you can do (for me, mostly turning it into a non-violent open world car game). If you look at games like crash time, releated 5-7-9 years ago people still playing it because of the ability to mod it. R* can do whatever it wants, but mods are good for business. Modders make R* money, for free, they need to protect online play, but they also need to support the mod scene imho. Which of course they do, they could release a patch a week breaking mods constantly, they could ban people for any mod ever, even just a file name that looks like a mod, so they do like mods as long as it doesn't promote pirating or online hax. Given all that, I still think they should do more to support the community.