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Red Dead Redemption 2 and GTA 5 hackers are running wild

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Red Dead Redemption 2 and GTA 5 hackers are typically the bane of our existence in Rockstar’s respective sandbox games, but as Red Dead Online draws to a sorry end, and news ramps up about a possible GTA 6 release date, we have to admit, RDR2 and Grand Theft Auto cheaters are getting pretty imaginative.

Let’s start with Red Dead Redemption 2. It’s already been having problems lately owing to a bug that’s made NPCs and animals simply vanish from Red Dead Online, and although that kind of kills the mood, there’s still a balance – when you go wandering through Strawberry, Saint Denis, or any of the other big settlements in New Hanover, you still want to be able to take in the atmosphere at a leisurely, unthreatened-by-wild-animals kind of pace.

Hackers, though, seem to have a different idea. Possibly affronted by the sudden lack of creatures, they have decided to unleash some random animal spawns on the unfortunate, online population. “While riding around the map near Valentine,” explains one RDR2 player, “my horse started glitching out, just so a bear could spawn randomly right in front of me and kill me.

I respawned, got on my horse, travelled a few extra metres and the same thing happened. This time I managed to get my horse out of there and just run away.

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