Rockstar has updated their Suspension and Ban Policy for Grand Theft Auto Online.
Suspensions in Grand Theft Auto Online will be triggered by a number of actions, including modding, exploiting or abusing game mechanics, manipulating protected game data and code, or interfering with another players’ gameplay experience. Suspensions due to these reasons may be temporary or permanent depending on the severity of the infraction. If a player receives a temporary suspension, the next infraction will result in a permanent ban. If a player is suspended from Grand Theft Auto Online, they will not be able to access the game from the moment they are suspended. The suspension expiration date will be shown on the splash screen after being returned to Story Mode following an attempt to play the title. All suspension and banning decisions are final, and they may not be appealed.
In addition to a suspension, if a player is caught cheating, their Grand Theft Auto Online character(s) will be reset. All progress, property, and inventory for those characters will be reset.
Grand Theft Auto Online will be celebrating Halloween. From October 28th, a new motorcycle called the “Sanctus” will be available for purchase. The motorcycle features a skull headlight and spider web design wheels. Rockstar also announced a new Adversary mode called Lost Vs Damned. The mode is described as being “a classic battle between the forces of good and evil.” The Halloween event will end on November 7th.
Grand Theft Auto Online is available on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.