You can't get GTA V on Steam today, but you can get GATV, a pack of downloadable content for Saints Row 4 that seems to have been created just to troll Rockstar.
The developers at Volition have always had a cheeky sense of humour, and this is pretty much the perfect prank: unbeatable promotion for their open-world game on release day for the world's biggest open-world game. The DLC is free for today only too.
Saints Row publisher Deep Silver has even paid to promote the tag #GATV on Twitter today, leading to a lot of confused reactions:
Casting an eye over the internet, the general response to Sea of Thieves is underwhelming. The content is lacking. There's no real sense of progression. The combat is janky.
Sea of Thieves wasn't meant to be about the game. It was meant to be about what you do with other people in the game. Is that enough?
We've heard a lot about Far Cry 5, and now we've finally played it. It doesn't just offer a radically different setting from the series' norm. It tweaks the Far Cry formula in some interesting ways - in terms of how you progress through its world and improve your character. We wanted to show all of you.