2009 to 2013 Date Fix

2009 to 2013 Date Fix

2009 to 2013 Date Fix Review
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This is an extremely simple fire-and-forget ScriptHookV.NET script for fixing a minor inconsistency in the base game. Did you know that the in-game date in Grand Theft Auto V reports as 2009 rather than as the canon date of 2013? I didn't, either, until @kryo4lex pointed it out in the Jet HUD mod!

This simple script checks to see if the game has passed the prologue and, if so, changes the in-game date to 2013 to reflect the "official" date of the Grand Theft Auto series.

It runs once shortly after the game loads and then disables itself, so it should have absolutely no frame rate impact or any other problems. You can leave it installed as it won't change anything if your date is already correct. However, if you're still concerned, it does not need to remain installed after it has run at least once and your game has been saved to reflect the new date, as the saved game will remember the new date thereafter.

1) Install ScriptHookV.
2) Install ScriptHookVDotNet. (mirror) (Designed for v2. Will probably work just fine with v3.)
3) Place DateFix.cs in your /Grand Theft Auto V/Scripts folder.

Public domain. Feel free to use/abuse/claim as your own.
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