Cheats in GTA Online are a real scourge that makes players' lives miserable. Earlier we wrote about grassroots initiatives of users who harassed people relying on various types of such aids. As it turns out, Take-Two, the parent company of Rockstar, is also fighting the problem. The company led to the shutdown of LunaCheats , a website that specialized in selling such cheating software. Additionally, the profits from this venture are to be donated to charity.
LunaCheats is currently inactive. After accessing it, only a short message with the following content appears:
We have to admit that this is an extremely beneficial PR move. Take-Two not only cracked down on one of the websites distributing cheats, making the lives of GTA Online's players at least a bit easier but also decided to donate the profits to a good cause.
It is worth noting that recently the fight against cheaters is gaining momentum. Less than two weeks ago Bungie and Riot Games established a partnership that aims to eliminate the creators of software that enables cheating in games.
- Take-Two - official homepage