Today, Fallout 4 receives an update on all platforms that fixes a variety of different bugs, glitches, and technical hiccups. And according to a variety of reports around the web (as well as our own testing), the patch also gets rid of the infamous ‘infinite caps’ glitch available in earlier versions of the game.
Just because it’s a wasteland doesn’t mean you gotta run around with scraps.
Have you encountered a bug, glitch, or hack while playing Steam’s hottest new dinosaur game? You might be sitting on $100.
It’s easy to rack up money in The Witcher 3 by slaughtering hundreds and hundreds of bovine.
I just bought this self-help book. It’s called “So your readers are all cheaters.”
I’ll admit it: I’m not above exploiting a game if I feel like it adds to the experience. In the case of Left 4 Dead 2, when I ran into some players who taught me a trick to lagging out the game, I was happy to play along.
Kirby inhales so many things with reckless abandon that it was only a matter of time before one such thing came back to haunt him. And so Smash players discovered an exploit this week that turns him into an raging fireball. Fire Kirby doesn’t change much, gameplay-wise. But it’d make a hell of an anti-smoking ad.
Earlier this month, GTA players found an exploit that let them bring a rare single-player only car into GTA Online. Today, Rockstar patched the issue—but they did it in the most hilarious, unexpected way possible.
Update 4/1: We’re hearing many reports from players that the latest patch seems to have fixed this exploit.
Bloodborne is a difficult game, no doubt. If look closely, though, there are ways to make it easier. Boss exploits—aka cheesing—are the stuff of legend in Souls games, but is that cheating?
Dying Light patched out its famous loot-harvesting weapon-duplication trick once again this week. And once again, someone found another way to perform the same exploit. Follow the new instructions in the video above, especially if you need help surviving hard mode. Thanks to Reddit's Uber-Lurker for the PSA.…
UPDATE 3/4: Unfortunately, this has now been patched out on the 3DS! You can still do it if you don’t update, but it means not being able to play online.
Amongst the panoply of Super Smash Bros. characters, Captain Olimar is often considered one of the most peculiar figures in the game. The Pikmin star is tricky to use effectively, particularly for beginners. Now, he's developing a new reputation thanks to a ridiculously powerful exploit one player discovered this week.
Dying Light's latest patch removed a popular weapon-duplicating exploit, but don't worry: there's already a workaround. It only took players like Reddit's BillSavage a few hours to find a new way to break the game's loot system wide open. Learn how to do so in the video tutorial above. Text-instructions included below.
Dying Light is a game with a lot of loot and a lot of grinding. If you're looking for an easy way around its loot grind to maximize your time spent killing zombies for fun and fun alone, fear not: players have uncovered a handy exploit to do just that.
I like to think I'm pretty Internet savvy, so when someone first told me that the latest cheese for Destiny involves yanking out your ethernet cable, I thought they were screwing with me, like when some forum miscreant says that "Alt-F4" is the solution to your web problems. Turns out they weren't. It's real.
Shortly after launching its "Holiday Auction" on Steam last night, Valve was forced to put the thing on an indefinite hold—suspending many PC gamers wish to reap a bounty of free games. The problem? "There have been some issues with Gems." Dammit, Gems!
Discussions around Mario Kart 8 are getting heated as the moment, as players have discovered a new technique some are calling "Fire Hopping."
Money makes the world go round, and boy howdy, can you nab a ton of cash in Grand Theft Auto V...if you're willing to play dirty, that is. Such is the nature of exploits.
Ars Technica reports that a vulnerability on Origin, the game platform by EA, has been found. It's an exploit that allows Origin to become an "attack platform" that can install malware on your computer.