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Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Video Game Addiction Lawsuit

Grand Theft Auto Video Game Addiction Lawsuit

Grand Theft Auto is an action-adventure video game series that is primarily developed by Rockstar, headquartered in New York, New York. The most recent installment of Grand Theft Auto is Grand Theft Auto 5, which was released in 2013. Grand Theft Auto 6 is anticipated to release in 2025. Grand Theft Auto 5 is currently the second best-selling video game of all, with over 190 million copies sold so far. Since the launch of Grand Theft Auto 5, the Grand Theft Auto franchise has generated over $8.5 billion in revenue. Lawsuits allege that Grand Theft Auto intentionally developed addictive gameplay loops and other tactics to keep kids addicted to and spending money on Grand Theft Auto. Many families have spent a significant amount of out-of-pocket money to send their children to rehabilitation due to their severe Grand Theft Auto addiction. Frequently, numerous stints in a video game rehabilitation center are needed before a child can overcome their Grand Theft Auto addiction. The attorneys at Nigh Goldenberg Raso & Vaughn are now accepting cases for those who have become addicted to Grand Theft Auto and have required rehab. 

Grand Theft Auto is Addictive

The Grand Theft Auto addiction lawsuits allege that Grand Theft Auto was developed along with psychologists and neuroscientists to include addictive gameplay features. Every day a player logs in to play Grand Theft Auto 5, a daily objective is provided to complete for in-game money and progress points. The in-game money in Grand Theft Auto 5 can also be purchased with real-world money. The in-game money in Grand Theft Auto 5 can then be used in microtransactions to buy in-game cars, clothes, guns, or accessories. The developers of Grand Theft Auto 5 intended for the in-game features to addict its minor users so that they could be profited from. 

Grand Theft Auto Video Game Addiction Lawsuit

The makers of Grand Theft Auto failed to inform the public that Grand Theft Auto was intentionally designed to addict users to playing the game and spending money in the game. If you are under 25 years of age and were addicted to Grand Theft Auto and have gone to rehab, call our video game addiction attorneys at 1-800-610-4731. Call our Grand Theft Auto addiction attorneys today for a free consultation regarding Grand Theft Auto addiction.

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