A well-known site specialized in the sale of cheat for popular game GTA Online closed after editor’s “discussions” Take two. As reported by Eurogamer, LunaCheats now contains a single text message, stating that the site will “immediately cease all maintenance, development and distribution of our cheat menu services.” The message goes on to say that the site will donate all the proceeds from your hacks to a Take-Two designated charity.
Hack site closes after pressing Take-Two
Despite being released almost a decade ago, GTA Online continues to maintain its position as one of the most popular games in the world. GTA Online will receive a standalone version by PS5 me Xbox Series X in the second half of 2021, with special content exclusive to those versions of the game.
Popular online games like GTA Online have always had their cheats, but in recent months the big video game companies have been running legal campaigns against major fraud sites, with the cheaters from Call of Duty in the spotlight.
Activision has closed the famous cheat site GatorCheats with a series of resignation and withdrawal letters, but that didn’t stop a team from being pulled from a $ 250,000 Call of Duty tournament after being caught cheating. Recently, both Riot and Bungie have sued the Destiny 2 and Valorant cheaters.
The problem is not limited to online shooters. The Pokemon Company recently announced that it will crack down on players using hacked Pokémon in online battles in Sword and Shield. Similarly, the success of Battle Royale Fall Guys had to introduce several patches to deal with the game’s rampant cheaters, and the same happened with the hidden RPG Among Us.
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