Generally when we hear about Rockstar Games, it’s about them getting sued for making fun of someone in their games. Now the shoe is on the other foot as a federal court just ordered a cheat maker by the name “Elusive” to pay a total of $150,000 according to our source.
Grand Theft Auto 5 is still a very popular game, and with that came a slew of cheats and cheat makers. Elusive was one of the more popular cheat makers who sold packages from $10 to $30. A settlement was negotiated, but Jhonny Perez (Elusive) would not cooperate with Take-Two Interactive.
The main problem with the cheats used online was the fact that Take-Two said it cost them damages at least $500,000. Using cheats in an online environment is always frowned upon, and does make the experience for everyone else a terrible one. Hopefully this is used as a lesson to stick to the offline mods if you want to have a little fun with other people’s video games.
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