GTA 5 Cheats for PS3, Xbox 360: Patch 1.15 update brings unlimited cash, weapons to players
New GTA 5 cheats emerged for PS3 and Xbox 360 after they installed the Patch 1.15 and players get to enjoy unlimited cash, weapons, and others.
Different online sources uploaded a comprehensive list of the new GTA 5 cheats and codes for PS3 and Xbox 360 that will enable gamers to get more vehicles, weapons, funds and even modify the wanted level.
Reports claimed that there is an unlimited money glitch upon the arrival of Patch 1.15 or the Independence Day DLC. Players enjoy unlimited cash after updating to the said patch update. The money glitch involves the GTA 5 game store.
Here's how to get extra bullets and other kinds of weapons such as pistol, RPG, grenade, etc.:
Xbox 360: press Y, RT, Left, LB, A, Right, Y, Down, X, LB(3)
PS3: press Triangle, R2, Left, L1, X, Right, Triangle, Down, Square, L1(3)
To be invincible:
PS3: Right, X, Right, Left, Right, R1, Right, Left, X, Triangle
Xbox 360: LB, RB, X, RB, Left, RT, RB, Left, X, Right, LB, LB
To lower the wanted level of your character:
Xbox 360: press RB(2), B, RT, Right, Left, Right, Left, Right, Left.
PS3: press R1(2), Circle, R2, Right, Left, Right, Left, Right, Left.
To raise the wanted level of your character:
Xbox 360: press RB(2), B, RT, Left, Right, Left, Right, Left, Right.
PS3: press R1(2), Circle, R2, Left, Right, Left, Right, Left, Right.
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Meanwhile, the parent publisher of GTA 5, Take Two Interactive, is reportedly being sued by actress Lindsay Lohan. The celebrity believed that one of the characters in the game is based on her image. The actress allegedly claimed that the company used her as a reference without her permission.
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