Rockstar is clamping down one of the internet’s top websites for GTA Online hacking in a bid to deter hackers.
Given that GTA in the PS2 and PS3 days was about exploring the open-world and having fun in your own way – cheats were the way to help do this. But GTA Online is not intended to be a single-player experience; it’s presented as a fabulously deep, online multiplayer game using microtransactions.
So you can see why Rockstar has spent years trying to cut down on hacking and cheating. Plenty of people have been finding ways to gain access to money illegally and Rockstar is trying to finally put a stop to it.
GTA Online hackers shut down by Rockstar
Whether it’s because people don’t want to spend money or because they want to take flight in the Ponte Deluxo for free – hacking is rife in GTA Online.
As such, hackers are always finding ways to gain free access to a lot of the game’s premium content without having to buy Shark Cards.
But Rockstar has finally put its foot down and gone directly to one of the biggest GTA hacking sites. LunaCheats was previously a go-to for many GTA Online players that wanted to hack the game and make a few million GTA$.
However, Take-Two Interactive – the publishers that own Rockstar Games – have managed to make LunaCheats stop all of their activities. Anyone heading to their website now will be greeted by a white screen with a simple message.
“After discussions with Take-Two Interactive, we are immediately ceasing all maintenance, development, and distribution of our cheat menu services. We will also be donating our proceeds to a charity designated by Take-Two.
We apologize for any and all problems our software has caused to the Grand Theft Auto Online community.”
It’s a strong message from Rockstar who now seem to be enforcing a zero-tolerance policy on any form of GTA Online hacking.
This could very well be the beginning of the end for these types of websites.
Image credits: Rockstar
How to play Battlefield 2042 Open Beta: Release date & early access
Battlefield 2042 is just around the corner, so here’s how you can play the massive-scale multiplayer experience’s Open Beta.
Battlefield 2042 is confirmed to have an Open Beta, allowing players to get a taste of the massive battles ahead of its official launch. Here’s how you can play the Open Beta and access it early.
Now that Battlefield 2042 has officially been revealed, players are eager to get a first-hand look at what DICE has been cooking up for the past few years.
After being delayed, the game is now on the slate for a November 19, 2021 launch, but DICE also has plans for an Open Beta ahead of its release. With the showcase at EA Play Live, the developers announced a September Beta date, where players can get their hands on the new Specialists, massive maps, and new game modes. However, with the game being delayed, this has reportedly changed.
Here’s everything we know about Battlefield 2042’s Open Beta.
Battlefield 2042 Open Beta dates
As well as announcing Battlefield Portal, during Battlefield 2042’s showcase for EA Play Live on July 22, DICE officially confirmed that players could expect the Open Beta in September 2021. However, signs point towards the Beta now happening in early October.
Adam ‘PartWelsh’ Freeman, EA’s Lead Community Manager, tweeted on September 16 that “New dates for the Open Beta will be shared later this month.”
New dates for the Open Beta will be shared later this month.— Freeman 🇸🇪 (@PartWelsh) September 16, 2021
We likely won’t share those dates today, or tomorrow – and I’ll give you further heads up next week.
He clarified that they “likely won’t share those dates today, or tomorrow – and I’ll give you further heads up next week [week beginning September 20].”
This in itself doesn’t outright guarantee a delay, but according to industry insider Tom Henderson, the Open Beta will occur on October 8, with Early Access happening on October 6.
Henderson said that “The dates found are in an internal system that I cannot share. So it’s another ‘trust me bro’ for now.”
We’ll update you when DICE gives an official release for the Beta.
How to play Battlefield 2042 Open Beta early
Battlefield V’s Beta allowed those who preordered the game to get two days of early access. Battlefield 2042 will follow the same model, with the developers confirming that those who preorder the game will be able to play the Beta first.
If you’ve preordered the game, you’ll get early access to a Closed Beta, likely a couple of days ahead of the Open Beta’s launch.
If you haven’t preordered Battlefield 2042, don’t worry, as you won’t have to spend a penny to play the Open Beta. It will likely appear on your platform of choice’s store as a free download.
Image Credit: DICE / EA
Apex Legends Halloween Event: Skins, start date & LTM
Here’s everything we know about the Apex Legends Halloween event, including the start date and all the new skins that players can obtain.
Respawn Entertainment is planning an Apex Legends Halloween event that will bring cosmetics, skins, and LTMs to the battle royale. Here’s everything we know about this holiday event.
Now, players are looking forward to the next big in-game event, and Respawn have some big plans for Halloween. The upcoming Halloween event will bring new skins, cosmetics, and an LTM.
Here’s everything we know about the Apex Legends Halloween event.
Apex Legends Halloween event start date
At the time of writing, the developers have yet to confirm the official start time for the Halloween event, but we know that it will take place after the Monsters event that’s set to begin on October 12, according to leakers.
The event might take place on the same date as the Fight or Fright Halloween event from 2020. Meaning that we expect the festivities to begin around October 22, 2021.
Respawn tend to host these events, and they’re usually set in the last week of October. Hopefully, the developers will announce the official start date soon enough.
All Apex Legends Halloween Event skins & cosmetics
This Halloween event will probably bring back a few classic skins that we’ve seen before, and there will also be some leaks are suggesting that there will be new monster-themed cosmetics available at the event.
Notable Apex Legends data miner Garretleaks leaked many of the Monster skins along with a set of spooky holosprays. Many of these are expected to drop early on during the event.
Bloodhound Monster skin
Caustic Monster skin
Horizon Monster skin
Loba Monster Skin
Seer Monster skin
Revenant Monster skin
Valkyrie Monster skin
Is there an Apex Legends Halloween Event LTM?
According to data miner Shrugtal, the Shadow Royale LTM will return Apex Legends for the Halloween-themed event. It’s reportedly set to begin on October 26, but the devs haven’t confirmed this.
This LTM turns eliminated players into Shadows that are capable of wall-running and double jumping. Respawn might make a few changes to the fan-favorite mode this time around.
That covers everything we know about the Apex Legends Halloween event. For more Apex Legends, stay tuned to Charlie INTEL, and check out when Apex Legends Season 11 will begin.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
All FIFA 22 Women’s Teams & top player ratings
The FIFA 22 ratings are gradually being revealed, and EA has given fans their first the look best Women’s Players in this year’s game.
EA has steadily been revealing the best-rated players heading into FIFA 22, triggering plenty of heated debates among fans. Now, the publisher has unveiled the 22 best Women’s Players in this year’s game.
The FIFA 22 ratings reveal is underway, and EA has been slowly showing off the biggest superstars in this year’s edition. These stats are always a surefire way to get fans talking, with the downgrade to Cristiano Ronaldo being a major topic of discussion this time around.
Although they’re unfortunately unavailable in Ultimate Team, FIFA also has the option to play as Women’s International Teams, with all of the best female footballers on display. Here are the best rated in FIFA 22 according to EA’s Ratings Database.
FIFA 22 top Women’s Players ratings
The popularity of the women’s game has grown significantly over the course of the last few years, and EA has reflected this by adding licensed players into FIFA in recent games.
FIFA 22 is no exception, with many of the stars who lit up the 2019 World Cup playable in-game once again in a separate mode.
More ratings will be available after the game’s launch on October 1, so be sure to check back here for updates.
Here are the top 22 Women’s Players coming to FIFA 22:
|#7||Caroline Graham Hansen||Norway||90|
|#12||Eugenie Le Sommer||France||89|
FIFA 22 Women’s Teams
Despite the ever-growing size of Women’s Football, there remains a surprisingly limited amount of playable all-female teams in FIFA.
International teams were first added back in FIFA 16, but since then the likes of the Women’s Premier League or any other club teams have remained absent.
Sadly, this is still the case in FIFA 22. Only national teams are being represented in-game once again, although there have been a handful of changes.
Japan has been removed from the roster, while Brazil with official kits and badges, but no licensed players. Portugal and Belgium are the two new additions.
See the full list of Women’s Teams in FIFA 22 here:
- Brazil (generic players)
- China PR
- New Zealand
- United States
That was everything we know about the women’s portion of FIFA 22, stay tuned on Charlie INTEL for fresh updates when the game is launched in October.
Image credits: EA
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