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‘GTA 5’ multiplayer infinite money glitch found after 1.07 patch update

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A new infinite money glitch has been found in the multiplayer mode of “GTA 5” following the recent 1.07 patch. According to a report from Product Reviews on Dec. 14, the exploit requires two players.

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The glitch needs the first player to purchase the Z-Type car, which costs $950,000 in “GTA Online.” The same individual must also have a garage full of cars. The exploit occurs when the first player buys the aforementioned vehicle from his garage in the same area and replaces it with another vehicle. He or she will then be transferred to another server.

The second player should stay in the same garage throughout the whole process for the exploit to work. This individual simply invites the first player back to the original server. If done correctly, all the vehicles in the garage will be duplicated. Selling these cars to the Los Santos Custom shop should result in an infinite cash flow. You can check out some screens from “GTA 5,” as well as the tutorial video, to the left of this article.

Rockstar North recently fixed another infinite money glitch discovered in the multiplayer mode with the aforesaid 1.07 patch. The new exploit should be rendered useless with a future title update based on the studio’s previous actions.

The Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of “GTA 5” are now available in North America.

You can order the product from Amazon in the following link: “GTA 5.” A few holiday deals can also be found in the following link from Amazon.com: Holiday Deals.

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