FiveM is a modification for Grand Theft Auto V enabling you to play multiplayer on customized dedicated servers, powered by Cfx.re.

Thank you — you are awesome.

If the download doesn't start, click here.
Like FiveM? Consider supporting us on Patreon!

Firstly, read our Terms of Service...

Building upon years of development on the Cfx.re framework, which has existed in various forms since 2014, FiveM is the original community-driven and source-available GTA V multiplayer modification project.
We put the community ― both players, server owners, and the greater GTA modding community ― first.

What we have for you

cloud_download
Streaming

FiveM allows servers to use custom cars, maps, weapons, and more dynamically.

supervisor_account
AI

FiveM allows servers to keep the original game AI, so you'll never be alone. You can also PvE!

sync_alt
Sync quality

FiveM uses Rockstar's network code with improvements, so you'll have the best sync around.

widgets
Standalone

FiveM doesn't modify your GTA V installation, so you can switch between GTA:O and FiveM without getting banned.

Resulting in endless possibilities to play or create your desired gamemode!


System requirements

Windows 10

Recommended

  • CPU Intel Core i5 3470 @ 3.2GHz / AMD X8 FX-8350 @ 4GHz
  • GPU NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB / AMD HD 7870 2GB
  • RAM 16GB
  • HDD 72GB + 8GB

Windows 8.1

Minimum

  • CPU Intel Core 2 Q6600 @ 2.40GHz / AMD Phenom 9850 @ 2.5GHz
  • GPU NVIDIA 9800 GT 1GB / AMD HD 4870 1GB / Intel HD GT2
  • RAM 8GB (4 may work)
  • HDD 72GB + ~4GB

We 💝 developers

Run your own server!

FiveM is built for creativity. Create your own server and make your dreams come true.

Our multiplayer modification framework provides a vast set of tools to personalize the gameplay experience of your server. Using our advanced and unique features, you can make anything you wish: roleplay, drifting, racing, deathmatch, or something completely original.

Create a server now

Contribute to the FiveM project

Cfx.re believes in the power of communities. As a source-available platform, we greatly appreciate everyone who contributes to the project. Contribute by creating new features, fixing bugs, writing resources or researching game internals and you may be eligible for our contributor program.

Read more

F.A.Q.

# Will I get banned from GTA:O for playing FiveM?

Nope! FiveM does not interact with the Rockstar Online Services other than to validate your game copy the first time you launch it. This validation emulates the game's interaction, and can not be detected by Rockstar.
FiveM also doesn't modify your game files at all, even when downloading server assets, so you don't have to do anything to switch between FiveM and GTA:O.

# Why are you asking me for login information?

We need to do this to check if you actually own GTA V, when our automatic validation fails. This data will only be sent to the Rockstar Social Club services, and is not transmitted to us, or any other party.

# Will OneSync require me to redo my server code?

No, all your existing scripts will still work with the game when OneSync is released, with minor changes to support higher player counts. Of course, OneSync will enable new, better ways of doing certain things you do in your scripts, so you might want to take advantage of those when they're released.

# My FiveM crashes, what should I do?

You should post a topic on the forums with the problems you are experiencing. Please make sure to provide all information requested in the error format, so we can help you better.

# What does the M stand for?

Modifications, not multiplayer. FiveM provides both a singleplayer as multiplayer experience. This allows players to use our features in singleplayer as well.

# I want to run a server, how can I do so?

Running your own server is easy. Refer to our server page to get started. Running into trouble? Our community is there to help you. Don't hesitate to post on forums.

You can also rent a FiveM server from our recommended server provider and support the project.