Take-Two Interactive has filed more complaints in regards to the unofficial multiplayer websites for their upcoming multiplatform video game, “GTA 5.” According to a report by Fusible on March 17, the World Intellectual Property Organization has been notified about the gta5betacode.com and grandtheftauto5beta.com fake domains. You can check out some screens from the latest installment of the “Grand Theft Auto” series in the slideshow at the top of this article.
Although “GTA 5” will feature online multiplayer, Take-Two Interactive has not yet revealed any details, including the possibility of a multiplayer beta, on that particular mode. Therefore, gamers should avoid any website that claims to be currently offering beta codes.
Take-Two Interactive is the parent company of Rockstar Games and Rockstar North, the two subsidiaries responsible for the development and publishing aspects of “GTA 5.” The open-world action-adventure video game is slated to come out for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles in North America on Sept. 17. You can pre-order the title in the following link: “GTA 5”