Rockstar Games provided a short change log in regards to the recently-released 1.09 patch for “GTA 5” on the PS3 and Xbox 360. According to a report from Polygon on Jan. 13, the publisher disclosed that the new title update is being implemented to address the rampant cheating in the “GTA Online” mode.
The 1.09 patch features improvements to the “anti-cheat measures” from the development team. Furthermore, the exploits that result in hackers earning infinite money and reputation points have apparently been fixed as well. You can take a look at some shots of “GTA Online” in the gallery to the left of this article and the change log below:
- Improved anti-cheat measures
- Fix for several GTA$ and RP exploits
The 1.09 patch can now be downloaded in both versions of “GTA 5.” Players must be logged into the Playstation Network and Xbox Live servers in order to be prompted to update the open-world action-adventure video game.
The Rockstar North development team recently launched a hot fix, which removed the modified lobbies, through the servers for “GTA Online.” The new patch should most likely eliminate the remaining known exploits discovered so far in the “GTA 5” multiplayer mode.
The software product, which came out last year on the PS3 and Xbox 360, was able to set numerous sales records while winning several “Game of the Year” honors from the media even with the numerous “GTA Online” issues.