Ever since GTA Online launched nearly a decade ago, players have looking for ways to gain an advantage and build up their criminal empire.
Most players are grinding away or using Shark Cards to make cash, but there are many cheats, too. Some are fun, temporarily changing the look of other players in the lobby into a ball, but others go a bit too far – be through using god mode or spawning unlimited cash.
Rockstar has been cracking down on Glitches and cheats, but this is a very difficult battle for them. But now, the iconic developers are stepping up their wars on these hackers.
Dexerto Says “just like game developers have done, instead of just focusing on banning the accounts of cheaters who get flagged by other players, Take-Two Interactive – the publishers for Rockstar’s games – have gone straight to the source.
They’ve managed to get LunaCheats, a popular site for GTA Online hacks, to shut down and no longer distribute cheats through their website.”
“After discussion with Take-Two Interactive, we are immediately ceasing all maintenance, development, and distribution of our cheat menu services,” the stripped-down website now reads. “We apologize for any and all problems our software has caused to the Grand Theft Auto Online community.”
Additionally, the website also states that they will be donating all their proceeds to a charity picked by Take-Two.
Obviously Rockstar is cracking down on hacker/cheaters and will not tolerate them anymore. Leave a comment about what you think about this situation and if you think they are doing enough to stop these cheaters.