Rockstar Games may have responded to the infinite money glitch that was recently discovered in “Grand Theft Auto Online.” According to a report by Geek.com on Oct. 15, the publisher has taken drastic actions against players that are taking advantage of the exploit.
The glitch can be activated while playing invite-only sessions from the multiplayer mode of “GTA 5.” It requires the player to bring a vehicle to Los Santos Customs. While sitting in your automobile, you have to quickly enter and then exit the Xbox Games Store. If done correctly, you can duplicate the vehicle. You can find out more details on the glitch in the following link: "GTA 5" multilayer infinite cash exploit revealed for PS3 and Xbox 360.
Rockstar Games responded swiftly to the newly-found glitch by apparently banning several players. A representative from the company stated that they will continue to ban the exploiters until the bug is fixed. Furthermore, Rockstar Games may also work with Microsoft to ban the Xbox Live service from players that got caught trying to cheat in “Grand Theft Auto Online.”
A patch was previously released for “GTA 5” that made it harder for players to quickly restart a mission. This is done in order to prevent cash and reputation points from being acquired in an exponentially fast manner by replaying the same missions over and over again.
Rockstar Games launched “GTA 5” on Sept. 17 while the “Grand Theft Auto Online” multiplayer mode came out two weeks later on Oct. 1. You can find some screens of the video game from the slideshow near the top of this article. You can order the products from Amazon in the following link: “GTA 5”