No more cashing out, GTA players.
It’s going to be a long time until we get Grand Theft Auto 6, and boy, do I mean a long time going by what we know. But that’s probably not a huge problem for a lot of players since Grand Theft Auto Online is still going strong. The game has shipped over 130 million copies after all. And for that you got to have a lot of (in-game) cash, but unfortunately, it seems nice little exploits to get extra cash have been patched out.
As reported via Game Watcher, the exploits in question were related to exploiting the Cashing Out mission with a free Elegy car, and the other involved two players purchasing apartments and one targeting expensive targets while the other did cheaper ones and transferring apartments between the two. While nothing has been explicitly said in patch notes, players noticed they were no longer doable, which dataminers confirmed to be the case. It’s not the first time Rockstar has quietly killed off a money exploit, so no easy cash on these hard roads, at least until another exploit is found.
Grand Theft Auto Online is available alongside Grand Theft Auto 5 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, and is confirmed to be coming to next generation consoles in 2021.