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MonsterCockDude
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#31

Posted 17 December 2014 - 08:28 PM

Still an issue. IV made it better, R* should patch this and made it like IV, especially annoying when the cops chasing you and you have to turn your engine on like an idiot... and we all know gta v super aim bot cops, right?

It seems more and more like R* just doesn't give a f*ck about anyone who wants to role play or play story mode in this game and won't patch jack sh*t instead they just want to get the retarded kids to ask their parents to buy shark cards so they could afford more ammo for the minigun that they plan to use on the aircraft carrier heist so they can get enough money to afford a Hydra to store at the airfield so they can go on strafing runs on the tanks around the city.



Now, what ever happened to the crime game... after all it is called Grand Theft Auto, not Grand Theft Military Fighter Jet to go on a bombing run of a tank.

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#32

Posted 18 December 2014 - 12:22 AM

For the people having trouble with not punching their car, you can also do this by standing next to your door and shooting forward once, holding aim and pressing Y I use a silenced pistol cause it's clean quick and rarely gains attention.

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#33

Posted 19 December 2014 - 07:38 PM

In online all you have to do is start a mission through your in-game phone while sitting in your car and back out. That will leave the engine and lights on.

 

In SP and MP you can also block the doors so that you teleport in and out. This method will also let you keep the wheels turned.


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#34

Posted 21 December 2014 - 01:37 AM

Digging this thread up again? Well yeah, it was a nice feature in the GTA IV series but they (new team of developers/programmers) oviously didn't find that necessary, like other missing things in GTA V.

 

It was just lazy of them. It's a pretty damn simple thing to program, and there is not a single good reason why it was removed.

 

Hold button to switch car off, tap button to leave car on. Try not to let it blow your tiny little mind.

 

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Cheers!

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#35

Posted 21 December 2014 - 02:22 AM

 

Digging this thread up again? Well yeah, it was a nice feature in the GTA IV series but they (new team of developers/programmers) oviously didn't find that necessary, like other missing things in GTA V.

 

It was just lazy of them. It's a pretty damn simple thing to program, and there is not a single good reason why it was removed.

 

Hold button to switch car off, tap button to leave car on. Try not to let it blow your tiny little mind.

 

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Cheers!

 


It's funny that people will make excuses for R* taking out features like leaving the engine running, better car deformation, pimping, drug dealing but get excited when vehicles named after old GTA cars get added in, even though they look nothing and perform nothing like the original car.

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#36

Posted 17 April 2015 - 06:10 PM

And still nothing. Rockstar doesn't give a single f*ck for singleplayer and our wishes. It would be so easy for them to program that in again. Hold <Button> to turn engine off or tap <Button> to let the engine run. That little thing could save our asses more than once.


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#37

Posted 4 weeks ago

And still nothing. Rockstar doesn't give a single f*ck for singleplayer and our wishes. It would be so easy for them to program that in again. Hold <Button> to turn engine off or tap <Button> to let the engine run. That little thing could save our asses more than once.

 

If you're okay with using scripts, there is something for that now!:

https://www.gta5-mod...e-engine-on-off


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#38

Posted 4 weeks ago

Thanks but no thanks. I will not mod my GTA V. Rockstar hates mods and this is one of the features Rockstar should have developed already for V. 


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#39

Posted 3 weeks ago

Rockstar does not hate mods, at least that's what they said in the latest newswire. They just don't want modders getting advantage in GTA: Online. I agree that Rockstar should have developed these features, along with working indicator lights and hazard lights. And they could have given each car a unique dashboard. 

 

Btw, I just found a mod in the forums, which allows you to leave cars with the door opens, turn the engine of and use the signals.


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Posted 3 weeks ago

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