GTA Online Update Improves Anti-Cheat Measures

GTA$ and Reputation Point exploits are going to be even tougher.

Posted By | On 13th, Jan. 2014 Under News


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Grand Theft Auto Online is going as strong as its ever gone, despite a rough launch period. It’s seen several content updates, along with content creation tools for fans to create their own missions. However, despite these improvements, it’s still subject to cheating and various exploits.

With that in mind, Rockstar North has released a new update to improve anti-cheating measures. The update aims to curtail GTA$ (the currency within the game) and RP (Reputation Points, that help level up your rank) exploits that may exist online. So whether you’ve been experiencing these exploits or not, you can rest assured they’ll be even less common than before.

How has your online experience been thus far? Have you taken part in Top Fun, created a venerable wrecking ball using a cargo bob and tank, or even gone about murdering your friends for fun? Let us know in the comments below about your GTA Online exploits.


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  • Fred

    BS… As far as I can see all this patch did was further reduce the payouts for various activities. For example, robbing a convenience store or armoured car now pays about half of what it did before the patch. Everything R* does these days seems to be geared toward trying to force you to buy their overpriced GTA$. They no longer care about us (their loyal customers). They now only care about pleasing their shareholders and Wall Street analysts. It’s a travesty, I say!


 

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