Fortnite/ GTAV Hackers To Face Legal Action
For any online game, one big concern is hackers and this holds true for GTAV hackers as well. Hackers are always on the go, as they try to leak important information online that ruins the users’ experience. Recently, as everybody got excited about Fortnite new upcoming Season 6, it has emerged that hackers have worked their way through the game.
Recent reports reveal that hackers have not only made their way through Fortnite but also GTAV.
One of the most common ways to cheat on Fortnite or GTAV hackers is through mods. However, now, companies are trying their best and taking hackers to courts for their misconduct.
GTAV Hackers Attempt
Rockstar and Take-Two, the two names behind GTAV, have convinced the court in Australia (news) to freeze the assets of 5 people who were involved in hacking the game. The hack was done through a famous cheating software “Infamous’.
The names involved in the GTAV hackers are Christopher Anderson, Cycus Lesser, Sfinktah, Koroush Jeddian and Koroush Anderson. Police now have a warrant to search their homes too.
As far as the hacking news going, it seems like Fornite has also had a row with it. Challenges for Fortnite: Battle Royale have leaked online.
The leaked challenges by Lucas7Yoshi include:
- Dance with the others to generate or raise Disco Ball near the Loot Lake
- Deal damage to the opponents in a single-player match
- Search an Ammo Box in different locations
Fortnite paid challenges include:
- Land at the Greasy Grove
- Dance on the top of a clock tower
- Take out the opponents near the Corrupted Areas
- Complete the Times Trials
With Mods, people get control over the world of GTAV or in the case of Fortnite too! Players can even generate virtual currency through these mods which will have a direct impact on the company’s transactions.
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