Rockstar is continuing their efforts against those that are choosing the more criminal lifestyle with a new update to their online portion of Grand Theft Auto V, aiming to remove a number of cash and progression exploits from the game.
The developer hasn't exactly said what exploits have been removed, with the patch notes
being sparse on information and the studio keeping tight lipped. The update also brought improved anti-cheat measures, so it seem Rockstar are tightening on the various cheating issues that have plagued the online portion since its launch.
Over the December period Rockstar released three new updates, each one containing a good portion of new content to help keep you entertained in their virtual world. The first unlocked creation tools for deathmatch and race variants back on December 11. A week later, Rockstar added capture the flag and then, shortly after Christmas, Verified Jobs – specially designed online match variants chosen by Rockstar itself. Those hoping for co-op heists will be happy to hear that they are still expected sometime this year, though no specifics yet.