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Would GTA V In Two Executables Solve The GTA Online Issues?

Typically, you’d think that game developers and publishers have the best interests of their games at heart. Everyone wants the games to sell well and bring in the cash. However, in some cases, certain AAA publishers and developers get bogged down on different issues, and their perspective (someone working on a game will clearly view…

GTA Online Account Bans Follow Cash Exploit

It seems that new’n’shiny anti-cheating system Rockstar has implemented really works. Not only is it noninvasive, allowing for unhindered game play and mod-use in GTA V’s single player mode, but it is also catching the cros. The fact that the new system works so well is admirable, however it is a damn shame that Rockstar’s…

Freemode Events Exploit Opens Hacking Floodgates

The days of non-intrusive anti-cheating measures on PC were short lived. By now we all know how Rockstar went medieval on cheaters and modders in GTA On with the 1.27 and 1.28 updates, which first only bre mods, then bre the whole game. This was in retaliation to rampant assholery on the GTA On servers….

GTA V’s New Anti-Cheat System Is Finally PC Friendly

Well, that to some time, didn’t it? By now, anyone who has been following GTA V news in any way knows that Rockstar is practically waging total war against the hackers and cheaters running rampant on GTA On servers. It all started nice and calm, with reserved measures such as default anti-cheat software integration, a…

GTA Online 1.29 And Rockstar’s War On Hackers

With the release of the 1.29 update for GTA On mere hours away, players all across the globe are itching to try out some of those new and crispy Freemode Events that were recently announced by Rockstar. However, a sizeable chunk of those players, namely the ones who’s chosen platform for their criminal exploits in…

Chances Are You Didn’t Win The GTA V Rockstar Editor Competition

Way back when the second part of the Ill-Gotten Gains DLC for GTA On was released with the 1.27 and subsequent 1.28 updates, Rockstar announced a video competition. The competition required players to create a video using the Rockstar Editor, the sweet little game play capture and video editing software which shipped with the PC versions…

GTA Online Maintenance *Not* Due To New Content

With the recent announcement regarding GTA On’s 7 hour server maintenance, rumors began circulating that this is a sign of an upcoming content drop. A new upcoming content update for GTA On has been rud for quite some time now, and speculation suggests that it will arrive before the summer is out. The rumors are…

Development of LSPDFR For GTA V Still Underway

We’ve been following the development of the popular LSPDFR mod here at GTA 5 Cheats, and reported on the status of previous versions (check the links). LSPDFR is a total conversion mod for GTA V, where the players take on the role of police officers instead of criminals, which is the exact opposite of what…

GTA V PC Fix Solves Framerate Issues, Once Again Kills Mods

You probably know that the newest update to GTA V, 1.28, which contained the second part of the popular Ill-Gotten Gains DLC was causing a plethora of problems on the PC due to Rockstar’s new anti-cheating mechanism. It included a large amount of dead code, making it harder for modders to find those portions of…

GTA V Car Duplication Glitch Still Works

We recently reported on the the new 1.28 update for GTA V, which contains Ill-Gotten Gains Part II, and also comes with Rockstar’s newest anti-cheat protocol – which we’ve subsequently learned is messing with the game’s performance and also the creation of mods. However despite Rockstar’s anti-cheat methods, not one, but two infinite money glitches have…