Grand Theft Auto Online players can max out their reputation quickly by exploiting a new glitch. The most recently discovered glitch eases the grinding in getting a high rank in GTA Online. Here's how players can raise their character's rank fast.
Two players are needed to pull this trick off. Start a Rockstar mission named Capture Neighborhoods. The player who needs to receive the reputation boost should be on Team 2. Go on with the mission by getting the duffel bag of the other team and finding a helicopter.
Once in the helicopter, go back to your initial location and hover the chopper over any building to send the duffel bag. The delivering noise can get really loud so you might want to turn down the volume to avoid shocking anyone.
Hover the chopper for as long as you can. If you deliver it, pick up the duffel bag and level up as fast as 8 levels in 8 minutes. Once satisfied, replay the entire thing with the other player and help him level up. There's no grinding required but if you plan on doing this, better be fast before Rockstar cements this glitch yet again.
Meanwhile, the GTA 5 PC version still remains in the dark after rumors of its release date being on Christmas Eve were proven untrue. More updates on its new release date still continue. The new supposed release date for GTA 5 PC is in February of 2014. "Unfortunately, there is no exact date as to when it will be in stock," an Amazon employee said. "We expect it by February 2014, though."
Another source suggested the release date is in March. A Norwegian online retailer's preorder page said the GTA 5 PC version will be out on March 18. Although it is still unconfirmed, leaks from this retailer are usually accurate.
Rockstar hasn't announced anything about the GTA 5 PC version and eager fans have already sent an online petition with 500,000 signatures. The developer has remained silent about it but has recently started responding to fans, saying "Check for info on [the petition] on our newswire page: http://www.rockstargames.com/newswire." GTA 5 is now on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
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