Judge of U.S. District Court Discharged Rockstar Games from a Class Action Lawsuit
The judge at the U.S. District Court discharged Take-Two Interactive from a class action lawsuit that was filed against them. On the 30th January, Game Politics reported that two player have filed a lawsuit against Take-Two Interactive because of the procrastination of the launch date of GTA Online. GTA 5 was launched on the 17th September but GTA Online was not launched until the 1st October last year. The class action lawsuit was filed by Bruce McMahon and Christopher Bengtson. In the lawsuit case, they claimed Rockstar Games advertised that the game will be launched immediately. The Judge from the U.S. District Court, called Virtginia A. Philips discharged Take-Two Interactive because she couldn’t find any message on the packaging that states the GTA Online will be released immediately. Besides, there are also notes on the packaging that states not all users will be able to access GTA Online money hack. They had several issues with the multiplayer GTA 5 Online ever since the first day it was launched. The development team had developed a number of patches to fix the problems in GTA Online. There are still some more glitches in the game although they regularly release new title updates. These glitches enable hackers to take advantage of the game with the unlimited money hacks and reputation points. The slideshow in the left provides some screenshots on the GTA 5.