Grand Theft Auto

GTA Online Latest Update Reportedly Bans Players

The latest update of Grand Theft Auto has stirred a new wave of controversy online. This comes after the Grand Theft Auto community has reported a wave of bans. The ban is imposed on fans has no basis, according to them.

 

GTA fans cried foul over reported ban

 

GTA fans claim that they are either mistaken or for no reason at all after the game has rolled out an update. The ban has affected the game’s PC version, unlike the console edition where it has a meager effect. To date, the bans that are in question has also lasted for 30 days already.

 

GTA fans further said that the bans in question have coincided with the release of the game’s “Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series.” The game developer rolled out the latest GTA update last Friday.

 

GTA’s Southern San Andreas Super Sport Series features a new vehicle, a stock-car racing events, among others. Other GTA players said that some players were banned because of mere suspicion of what they called an unpermitted modding behavior.

 

A post in the GTA online post said that “Rockstar’s anticheat seems to have truly failed, as a user is using their own anti-cheat detected everyone else in their session was a modder.”

 

This means that players who have done no wrong in the game were called for as illegal modders. This results in the imposition of bans on them without concrete explanation. On the other hand, game enthusiasts claim that other players would reason out that they have done nothing wrong.

 

However, the scope of the ban in the GTA Online indicates that something is wrong. It was learned that some of the banned players had played the game less than 10 hours. This only indicates that a grave mistake was committed by those who moderated the game.

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Mart Sambalud

Mart is part tech-savvy and part news junkie. He is a journalist by profession. Why? Because he loves to curate and write news that matter to people. A traveller by heart, an art and photography lover, too.

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