Rockstar games attempted to halt GTA Online cheaters progress by removing RP and Money glitches from GTA 5's multiplayer mode, however, there are still ways to make illegal money.
The company threw cheating players into Bad Sport Lobbies, took away their money, even with that a new cheat revealed by YouTube user "witwix" shows a mission called Mixed Up With Coke that allows players to make around $18,000 per minute in rewards plus 3,500 in RP.
In order to take part in this mission the player must be Rank 45 or above so that they can access it. Three or more players can be called on for assistance to make the process easier and quicker and two of them must be above level 9 with the other two over level 19 so that they can use grenades and sticky bombs.
More on this cheat and the method can be found in full detail here.
Those interested in playing GTA V online for the PC could be swindled into getting a load of malware on their computers thanks to a new scam.
Email invites are going around asking people to participate in a PC beta test of the game that security software company Trend Micro says are completely fake. These so called tests actually pack a good amount of malware and could be harmful to player's computers.
"We recently found spammed messages that pretend as an invitation for beta testing the popular game, Grand Theft Auto V on Windows platform," explained the company on its website this week. "It bore the subject, GTA V and informed users about a promotional code that they need to access by clicking the URL. It has .ZIP file attachment, which actually contains malware detected by Trend Micro as TROJ_FORUCON."
The actual emails fail to look like something that would actually be sent out by Rockstar. Trend Micro put up a sample of the email that is packed with grammar errors and has a section written in Eastern European languages.
Similar spam emails were sent out for other popular games in the past such as World of Warcraft and Grand Theft Auto IV.