'GTA 5' Online Money Glitch PC: 'Cheat Engine' Exploit Earns Billions In Minutes [VIDEO]

GTA 5 PC Money glitch
Learn the latest "GTA 5" Online money glitch for PC! ALLSILENCED/YouTube

"GTA 5" money cheats has been popular among both last gen and current gen consoles for quite a while now. Surely, the latest "GTA 5" PC gamers won't be left out either. In fact, while previous money exploits required grinding for mere millions, "GTA 5" Online money cheats for the PC are capable of making whopping billions in minutes!

The key to the staggering money exploit is thanks to a special program known as the Cheat Engine (download Cheat Engine for PC here). According to "GTA 5" tipster and YouTuber ALLSILENCED, here are the following steps to the GTA Online PC Money mod that can earn billions in minutes:

Simply grab a random vehicle off the streets of Los Santos and drive the car to Los Santos Customs. Before entering the shop, pull up the Cheat Engine window and open GTA5.EXE. Now, you can drive inside the Los Santos and purchase one upgrade. According to ALLSILENCED, the headlight mods are probably the best vehicle upgrades for this "GTA 5" money glitch. After the headlight mod, the vehicle that ALLSILENCED is using is now worth $8350. Now, he will enter that price into the "Hex" bar on Cheat Engine. After that, click "New Scan" to prompt a whole list of hashes. Select all the hashes and then change the value to 999999, or $999,999. Now, you will notice that the car you have in Los Santos Customs will now sell for $999,999. Repeat this cheat about 11 times, which will take no more than a couple minutes,a nd you will find yourself become a bonafide billionaire.

Despite the incredible exploit, ALLSILENCED also warns that the overuse of the money cheat may put you at risk of the Rockstar ban hammer. Try not to do more than one or two million dollars an hour and never more than $5 million in one day. Obviously, if you're fearless, you can repeat the "GTA 5" Online PC money cheat to your heart's content.

Check out the Cheat Engine "GTA 5" exploit in the video below:

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