Some users used this problem to get rich very quickly, but in the end it has been expensive.
There is no online game where cheaters don’t try to do their thing. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, as well as Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout know a lot about it. The same goes for two of Rockstar Games’ biggest titles, Red Dead Online and GTA Online. The latter is precisely the protagonist of the most recent measures imposed by the company. Some players exploited a glitch to make easy money in no time, but their shot backfired: Rockstar has started resetting their character accounts.
The “apartment garage glitch” allows users to acquire properties, which they then convert into millions of dollars at a very fast rate. How could it be otherwise, this type of action ends up having consequences, because this type of conduct violates the rules of the game. The punishment has not been made to beg. Rockstar Games has not been content with eliminating the money earned fraudulently, but has reset the accounts of players who have violated the rules, as recorded by PC Gamer.
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– 🐋buddy🦕 (@Vlonebuddy) August 27, 2020
“Players who have been caught manipulating and abusing property sales to earn GTA $ illegitimately have had their characters rebooted,” Rockstar wrote in a recently released statement. “As part of our continued effort to maintain a healthy in-game environment for all players, anyone caught abusing exploits or cheats to illegitimately earn GTA $ or ingame items could be subject to penalties,” including temporary suspensions. or definitive, reboots of characters or adjustments in the economy of its protagonists.
GTA Online is part of the GTA V experience. Rockstar’s veteran video game, which is still one of the best-selling titles today, will be released soon on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. In addition, the online side of the video game It will have a separate release on Sony’s system.