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GTA Online Drop Zone Outfit Saving Glitch

There are quite a few game modes in GTA On which include unique outfits that cannot be worn outside of that particular mode. People naturally want to find ways to wear these outfits anytime, because they’re people and they’re outfits. It’s basic psychology. Rarely will a gamer be at all interested in going shopping in…

GTA Online Hackers Implicating Innocents

Hackers causing problems in GTA On have been an issue since the day the game went live. There’s all sorts of nefarious cheats and mods surfacing, making the lives of honest players that much harder. We say “hackers”, but these people are usually no than script kiddies who downloaded a mod or trainer made…

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…

Lowriders Glitch Allows For Hydraulics Use In Garage

It didn’t take long for someone to find a glitch in the newest GTA On update. Luckily it isn’t some infinite money or instant leveling glitch, but instead a rather harmless mod which will produce a few sweet snaps. What do we mean by that? Read on… GTA V has seen a few substantial…

Good Luck Fooling The New GTA Online Anti-Hack

We just posted some brand new info on the punishments players may now face for hacking or cheating in GTA On. The new punishments arrived via GTA V patch 1.29, and along side a new and shiny anti-cheat system contained the massive Freemode Events update, as well as a wealth of bug fixes. Now that…

Newest GTA Online Anti-Cheat Methods Detailed

GTA On patch 1.29, containing the Freemode Events DLC, has introduced a new anti-cheat system. Better yet, it introduced it in a way that does not shaft PC players. In fact not only are PC players unshackled from their previous restraints, the new system works marvellously, nicking cheaters and hackers in GTA On consistently. However,…

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 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…

New Money Glitch Found In GTA V

Despite Rockstar’s best efforts to root out cheating from GTA On by any means necessary, it seems a new infinite-money exploit was found in the game that the recent 1.28 update failed to fix. Don’t expect this exploit to work for long though, as you know how Rockstar is with these kinds of things, and…