In Rockstars' respective sandbox games, red Dead Redemption 2 and GTA 5 hackers are usually the bane of our existence, but as Red Dead Online nears its final run, and speculation about a GTA 6 release date rises, RDR2 and Grand Theft Auto cheaters are becoming somewhat inventive.
Then there's Red Dead Redemption 2, which has already had issues recently due to a bug that has forced NPCs and animals to vanish from the game. Although this sort of mood declines, there's still a desire to be able to enjoy the surroundings at a leisurely, unthreatened-by-wild-animals pace. Hackers, though, seem to have decided to unleash some random animal spawns on the unfortunate, online population.
My horse started glitching out, so a bear could spawn randomly in front of me and kill me. I respawned, got on my horse, travelled a few more meters, and the same thing happened. This time, a bear AND two crocodiles.
In GTA 5, a player suddenly collides with a pedestrian, which is undoubtedly unusual, although this pedestrian has short legs, long arms, and is covered with hair.
The player claims that I was accidentally caught over a f*****g monkey. Is this a sort of easter egg?
While some players charitably state that this is the result of hackers who may, during peer-to-peer games, when there is no server between players, upload files to your game, others add more sorrow. Bro killed Curious George, writes one. He was curious about the front bumper of that car, adds another.
For the most inventive hacker hacker adolescent moves, we must return to the frontier and Red Dead Redemption 2. It's also possible in Rockstars definitive western to discover, and almost be abducted by, a UFO, but it's not as strange as what happened to a player while they were recently collecting cards.
According to the explanation, someone turned me into a UFO, revealing photographic evidence of a massive, walking flying saucer hanging out on the western plains. Wed like to see what happens when this enters the saloon. Probably it would be attacked by a bear and two crocodiles.
If mourning the deaths of adorable, innocent monkeys isnt your thing, there's plenty of fun to be had roleplaying in GTA 5, so be sure to check out our guide to GTA RP's best servers. And if you're interested in avoiding becoming a spacecraft, you might want to try something else entirely from our list of the best sandbox games, including Arma and Hitman.