Grand Theft Auto has been a part of many childhoods. The series exists for years, and it has reached many important milestones. At the moment, fans are anxiously waiting for a Grand Theft Auto 6 announcement. However, while waiting for that, we should also take a look back and remember Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned.
The game was released 10 years ago and it represents an important moment in the history of the franchise. Grand Theft Auto IV had two episodic expansions, and this one was first of them. The game was launched back in 2009 and it was available for Xbox 360. The game also had a 2010 launch for PlayStation 3 and PC. Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned represented the third expansion pack released by Rockstar. The first one was launched back in 1999, and it was called Grand Theft Auto: London 1961.
The game was truly a memorable one. The story focused on Johnny Klebitz, who was the vice-president of the Alderney chapter of a motorcycle club named The Lost MC. The game showed Johnny and his efforts to keep the club running. He had to deal with numerous issues, including gang warfare and drugs.
If you remember the diamond deal from Grand Theft Auto IV, this game shows the story from the perspective of Johnny. Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and the Damned managed to impress both fans and critics. The expansion pack had a 90 Metacritic score when it was released and everyone lauded the storytelling. Many felt as if Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and the Damned was a game of its own, which is truly impressive.