A notable GTA Online cheat site has been shut down after “discussions” with publisher Take-Two.
LunaCheats, a popular GTA Online piracy site, now contains one message to notify visitors that it has withdrawn cheat listing services and has stopped all maintenance and development work.
The site said it will donate its proceeds to a charity chosen by Take-Two.
The message reads “We apologize for any and all problems our software caused to the Grand Theft Auto Online community.”
GTA Online has always had an issue with hackers and depositors on PC, but it is believed that the problem escalated when the multiplayer game became free to download from the Epic Games Store in May 2020.
Hackers and depositors disrupt public pressure groups in a range of ways, including by producing hundreds of vehicles, such as airplanes, that in turn crash servers. They can even surround players in cages.
Take-Two has a daunting challenge removing cheats from GTA Online, of course. This is an issue that all online game developers face, with Publisher Call of Duty: Warzone Activision recently came under pressure to increase the fight against cheating in Battle Royale.
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