Rockstar Wants Your Input On Crews for Grand Theft Auto 5

Rockstar Games is looking for your help — the team is asking for feedback, input and ideas for features you’d like to see created for Crews in Grand Theft Auto 5.

Rockstar’s message, posted on the team’s official website, reads:

“Whether it’s suggestions for competitive in-game Crew features in Multiplayer, new ways to manage and recruit, ideas for enhancing Social Club Crew pages and leaderboards, things you did and didn’t like about Crews in Max Payne 3, or any thoughts at all related to Crews really that you’d like to share – we’re all ears. We’d especially love to hear from current Crew members and leaders so that we can continue making our unique approach to persistent team based Multiplayer as fun as it can be in GTAV.”

The team requests that all feedback be sent via email to GTAVCrewFeedback@rockstargames.com.

We’d like to hear what you have to say as well; what would you like to see in Crews for GTAV?

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8 Comments on Rockstar Wants Your Input On Crews for Grand Theft Auto 5

Michael

On October 19, 2012 at 8:05 pm

If this game has no character and vehicle customization then its not worth buying. Period.

redrum78

On October 20, 2012 at 1:12 am

Ditch the concept completely and focus on the single player.

Zach

On October 20, 2012 at 4:14 am

I would rather you make the driving mechanics so that I can take a turn in the game going more than fifteen mile an hour and not skid forty feet then flip six times.

Ebalosus

On October 20, 2012 at 6:53 am

As I said over on gamefailures, 256 player support on the PC

TheDog

On October 20, 2012 at 9:32 am

Make it more like GTA.SA and less like GTA4. Still play SA, still won’t finish GTA4 cause it sucks so bad. The hand to hand fighting, the driving. Loved Carl Johnson, couldn’t get into the russian guy. Take everything that made SA great, then drop everything you did with 4. Also I agree with @redrum78, worry about single player.
Heck, I still play SA. That should tell you something.

Fanny Farts

On October 20, 2012 at 10:59 am

Michael
“If this game has no character and vehicle customization then its not worth buying. Period.”

Ridiculous drivel. Not every game needs to have customisation. Immersion is far more important. Customisation is often used as a substitute for interesting characters and concepts. This is why Saints Row is nowhere near as interesting as GTA despite having a -tonne of customisation options. If you just want to customise stuff, don’t even bother buying a videogame – just go and buy some sodding dolls and outfits for them and leave the real gamers alone.

Also, TheDog – just so you know, Niko isn’t Russian. Actually his nationality is never revealed, but it’s implied he’s either Serbian or Bosnian. He’s certainly from the Balklands area, so not Russian. Not a criticism, as you’d already admitted you never really got invested in the game so there’s no reason you’d necessarily know where he was from. Just thought you might like to know.

Michael

On October 20, 2012 at 4:06 pm

Every game needs customization because thats the future.

When a game developer focuses on one demographic there sales will sink. You need to give players variety and freedom to play there game. I have Saints Row The Third and its a far better game than the cut and paste of the GTA series. When you are trying to sell a product and 99% of the main characters are white then you forget what planet you live on. You have to focus on all races and Gender. Period. When you do this your game will sell more units.

So when a company es that about there sales they should really think about why it didn’t sell and who bought there game.

Ebalosus

On October 21, 2012 at 4:38 am

What TheDog said, though some of the mechanics in IV I liked. San Andreas was the pinnacle of the series for me, as I played it to death on the PS2, Xbox, and PC (in that order), and still love the game heaps and heaps.

I’ve never really been fond of the games set in !NY, because I’ve never really found New York to be a very interesting setting (maybe it’s because I’m from NZ). Also, being from NZ, I don’t like the entire gameworld to be just city, which is also why I like SA so much.

Also, in response to “Fanny Farts”: Niko is Serbian, because he speaks serbian. And for f***s sake, could they have at least gotten someone whom actually sounded Serbian, because it’s really distracting when you have Serbian friends, thus knowing exactly what Serbs sound like.