Dexerto says “If you’ve never gotten into the shady world of GTA Online cheats, good job, but those who have at least been curious probably know about cheat or mod menus.
These devious little programs let players use mods and cheats (as the name “mod menu” suggests) to control and change almost everything about GTA Online, and on May 22 one of largest, named Paragon, announced they were apparently shutting down out of nowhere.”
“Dear community, as most of you know, Paragon’s data was recently compromised,” said the message that was posted to the cheat’s website. “It has increased the risks involved to the point that staying operational is no longer viable. Regrettably, this leads us to the decision to shut down to avoid further complications before it’s too late.”
While players who used the system might not be getting banned from GTA Online, they’re still out whatever money they paid for the service, per the message above.
While people who have used this system might not get banned on GTA Online, they are still out of whatever money the paid for this service.
What mods did Paragon have?
Being Considered, it’s not very hard to notice why players who don’t use cheats get very angry at people who do, as they are breaking the game for everyone else and making the game less fun for everyone else.
How much does this cheat menu cost you might ask yourself. Thanks to research, many GTA Online mod menus go from $12 to $60 (€10 to €50) and some might be even more.
While this is terrible news or the cheaters out there, it is great news for the everyone else and great to see cheaters getting frustrated for once.
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