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New ‘GTA Online’ infinite money glitch found after ‘GTA 5’ 1.08 update

As Rockstar Games continues their work to end infinite money glitches and other exploits found in GTA Online, modders are also working hard to find new ways of exploiting the online title. According to a report by Gamezone from Jan. 2, a new infinite money glitch was found following GTA 5 patch 1.08 and the recent stealth GTA Online update.

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The infinite money glitch, which is fully shown and detailed in a Youtube video found on the GamingUnityTV channel, shows a new way to earn fast money in GTA Online by participating in the High Priority Case mission. As shown in the video, you can gain quick and easy money by starting the High Priority Case mission and calling in a helicopter for assistance.

After successfully eliminating enemies on the roof of your destination, a briefcase will come into your possession. In order to initiate the GTA Online infinite money glitch and earn mass wealth quickly, players must hover over the delivery location with the helicopter without landing. Doing so will begin the money glitch and GTA$ will begin to amass quickly.

Earlier this month, Rockstar announced intentions of eliminating all glitches and exploits from GTA 5 and GTA Online. The company recently released a stealth update to GTA Online believed to remove key GTA Online money glitches. You can find Rockstar’s full comment below:

In regards to reports of hacking and cheating in Grand Theft Auto Online, we are working on a fix that will remove any GTA$ gained through these blatant exploits, as well as prevent this from happening in the future. We'll also be taking appropriate measures very soon to punish anyone that we've discovered manipulating GTA Online in this manner (as we've stated previously, players who have received large sums of GTA$ but not engaged in any game manipulating through exploits can rest assured knowing they have nothing to fear).

Grand Theft Auto 5 was released on PS3 and Xbox 360 in Sept. 2013. GTA Online followed with an early Oct. 2013 launch and has grown considerably since its debut despite running into several problems ranging from connection issues to player exploitation.

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