Go to your Pause Menu and Click on Character Transfer. Sure, that technically isn't sharing the software, since the recipient is assumed to also own the game legitimately, however this kind of content-sharing has never been looked at kindly by developers. Now, if this would be happening, it would understandably be infuriating, as there was no large announcement about the decision to prevent players on old consoles from bringing their progress with them if they choose to upgrade. Player 2 does want to play, and is a potential customer. Look at it from Rockstar's point of view. Once you get a pop up Log in to your Modded account. Rockstar won't remove one of their main features without announcing it.
Yes, the service may be terminated or modified or offered under different terms by Rockstar with a 30 day notice period. Make sure you SocialClub is linked to your Game Console. So you see, the world isn't ending. If you haven't upgraded to current-gen yet for whatever reason, you aren't being cheated out of your progress. However there is a short albeit very very important word in that first point which people seem to be glossing over. Surprisingly enough, we're not talking about a , in spite of the previous characterization fitting such an event perfectly. No no, this is about a cropped screenshot from a Rockstar Support article.
. Even so, rank 8000 seems common among hacked accounts and fill up the character's bank account with ludicrous amounts of cash, usually the limit, meaning 2,147,483,647. As for old-gen, due to hardware modding, keeping cheaters out of those systems is impossible. With that much money, why bother even looking at Shark Cards? All this entry serves as is a legal heads up that yes, when the service's inevtiable end done come whenever that might that be you'll have 30 days notice of it. Some have said that maybe they have a high level character with lots of money on old-gen that they don't play with anymore, and want to transfer it to a friend of theirs playing on current-gen. As for the reversal part - you should be happy.
Rockstar won't undo your transfer out of spite. If player 1 transfers a character with lots of cash to player 2, player 2 won't have to go about building their character from scratch and, you know, maybe buying a few Shark Cards along the way to help themselves. However, this isn't happening yet. That number is the maximum value a 32-bit signed binary integer may reach, which is why it is used as a hidden maximum for a number of stats across gaming. The above image shows the entries which sparked a community outcry. Player 1 doesn't want to play anymore, therefore they are no longer a potential customer. However, this is not the case, put the pitchforks away.
Which is why this new policy is mainly required. Since people think this is actually happening, they think they are justified in their anger. Now, we're sort of scratching our heads as to why people take issue with this. However, said bit of news has been torn out of context and spun in a way that is bound to generate clicks while also causing some controversy for even more publicity. These are those cases where you really ought to read and re-read these clauses.
Now your Socialclub is linked with your Moddedaccount. . . . . . .
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