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GTA V: Developers of cheating methods made the homes robbed


Rockstar strikes hard on cheating.

The publisher of Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar, was granted permission to launch two properties last month.

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Rockstar strikes hard on cheating.

The publisher of Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar, was granted permission to launch two properties last month.

The background was five people suspected of being software that made it possible to cheat in the game.

Rockstars and their parent company Take-Two Interactive sought evidence related to Infamous - a software that allowed players to pay $ 40 to access "good fashion" and virtual money in GTA V.

"Infamous" was put down six months ago.

The bank account was frozen
The Australian court has also frozen the accounts of the suspects and given them a ban on spending more money than on "necessary lives". This may indicate that a lawsuit is on its way from Rockstar.

The case also shows that the creators of the popular game, which still tops the list of best-selling games, take cheating quite seriously.

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