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New ‘GTA 5’ multiplayer money exploit discovered following the 1.08 patch

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Another new multiplayer money exploit has been discovered following the release of the 1.08 patch of “GTA 5.” According to a report from Product Reviews on Dec. 18, the new method involves joining a modified lobby that was created by an exploiter.

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The individual was able to mod the multiplayer mode of “GTA 5,” which gave him approximately $2 billion of in-game currency for every robbery he committed. He decided to give 10 percent of cash to every player he invites into his lobby.

He also reassured others that they shouldn’t worry about accepting the illegitimate cash as it may be against the terms of use set up by Rockstar Games. He claimed that only he will be at risk of being banned (although he has does have more than one account).

Rockstar Games released the 1.08 patch to fix several exploits that lead to the duplication of vehicles. Players were selling these copied cars for an infinite amount of in-game currency in the multiplayer mode. The company also started issues a wave of bans to cheaters and exploiters. However, players that are unwillingly getting illegitimate cash from other players won’t get punish.

The new title update also added capture mode to the online multiplayer of “GTA 5.” Players will be able to participate in four different variants of the Capture the Flag match type. You can find some screens of the new DLC, as well as a few other shots, in the slideshow to the left of this article.

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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