Every once in a while some gaming event goes awry and a Public Service Announcement is broadcast from a developer to all of its loyal gamer subjects. Rockstar Games as well as several other authoritative bodies have put out a notice that Grand Theft Auto V Multiplayer Beta websites currently taking in information about potential testers and users of the upcoming open-world crime game are not real websites.
Players should be very careful who they give their personal credentials to, always use unique passwords that are unimportant when signing up for new accounts at unknown websites, and of course never sign up for anything hastily without first being sure the owner of the website is indeed genuine. Among the fake GTA V Multiplayer Beta websites include: gtavlive.net, gta5betanow.info, gta5betacode.com and grandtheftauto5beta.com . The real GTA V will release on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 September 17, 2013.
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