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Saturday, October 19, 2013

[Cheat] Grand Theft Auto V: Xbox 360 & PlayStation 3

Are you terrible at coming from behind people and successfully sticking a knife in their neck? Do you want to improve your sneak skill on Rockstar's latest installment in the Grand Theft Auto series? Well now you can with little to no work from you!

This is a foolproof trick that only requires that you have a rubber band besides your console, controller, and, of course, Grand Theft Auto V game. You don't need to be a hacker, use a computer, USB, or any other nonsense. Here's how it works:

For Xbox 360:
First, you will need to turn on your Xbox 360 console and start GTA V. This will work for both Story or Online mode, whichever you prefer. Launch whichever mode that you want to level up in.

Tip: For online players, it is best to open a match open to only you which can be done by launching a closed match for friends only. You'll see why in a few minutes. For story mode, you can do this without going into any special mode.

Once you've started the game, make sure you go to a big area with little to no trees or other obstructions. Place your player somewhere where he/she can walk for miles without ever running into anything. You could also just start from wherever you are too, you'll just need to be next to your controller a lot more.

Place your rubber band around your thumbstick and pull it upward and around to the back of the controller behind the L trigger. Just like in the pictures below.





Now just click the thumbstick like you would in the game and let him/her walk around and they'll rack up some sneak skill for you without you doing anything!

I would recommend that you sit close by just to make sure your character doesn't walk into traffic or other dangers. You may also have to move them from time to time because if they hit a wall, they'll stop and you won't receive any points. This is why I recommend going somewhere that is as open and deserted as possible.

You can move your character by simply moving with the right thumbstick.

I can personally confirm that this works for Xbox 360 and I'm positive that it'll work even through the various patches Rockstar sends out as it isn't software based.


For PlayStation 3:
First, you will need to turn on your PlayStation 3 console and start GTA V. This will work for both Story or Online mode, whichever you prefer. Launch whichever mode that you want to level up in.

Tip: For online players, it is best to open a match open to only you which can be done by launching a closed match for friends only. You'll see why in a few minutes. For story mode, you can do this without going into any special mode.

Once you've started the game, make sure you go to a big area with little to no trees or other obstructions. Place your player somewhere where he/she can walk for miles without ever running into anything. You could also just start from wherever you are too, you'll just need to be next to your controller a lot more.

Place your rubber band around your thumbstick and pull it upward and around to the back of the controller behind the L2 trigger. Just like in the pictures below.

(I apologize for the sideways picture. Not sure why it keeps doing that nor how to fix it as I didn't take it sideways.)





Now just click the thumbstick like you would in the game and let him/her walk around and they'll rack up some sneak skill for you without you doing anything!

I would recommend that you sit close by just to make sure your character doesn't walk into traffic or other dangers. You may also have to move them from time to time because if they hit a wall, they'll stop and you won't receive any points. This is why I recommend going somewhere that is as open and deserted as possible.

You can move your character by simply moving with the right thumbstick.

I don't have the game for PlayStation 3 so I haven't confirmed that it works but it seems like it would work. If it doesn't work, feel free to let me know.

Update 10/19/2013 @ 7:27 p.m.:
Additionally, you can rubber band both analog sticks together to make the player walk in circles. This will make it so that you don't have to sit there and make sure the player doesn't stop or get hurt.

A friend confirmed this working on Xbox 360.

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