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​'GTA: Online' Players Have Found A Way To Hack Into Franklin's House

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​'GTA: Online' Players Have Found A Way To Hack Into Franklin's House

Grand Theft Auto: Online players have found a way to explore Franklin's house in real-time.

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While you can explore the luscious property in GTA V's singleplayer campaign, Franklin's Vinewood property is strictly out of bounds in the online mode. Until now, it seems.


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You won't be able to gain access via conventional means, however. To get in, you need to get up onto the roof, shoot yourself in the feet to be blasted backwards, and keep your fingers crossed that you'll clip through the ceiling and plummet into the room below.

"I'm very awful at explaining things, but in all honestly you just head to the panel to the right of me on the roof and try to aim for where it'll shoot you backwards more than upwards," Redditor Preflipped explained after uploading a video that shows off how they did it (thanks, VG24/7). "Then, shoot yourself in the feet with your Up-N-Atomizer and hope for the best. That's how I do it, basically: First panel to the right, shoot in front of you so it propels you back, and try to land underneath where the roof raises."

As for how to get back again after you've glitched in? "Suicide I believe is the only way," PreFlipped said.

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GTAV Money
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As we explained last week, Grand Theft Auto V is a monster and since Rockstar Games launched the open-world crime epic back in 2013, it's a ruthless money-making machine that shows no signs of stopping. Take-Two only announced in February that GTA V had reached the 120 million sales mark but it's now topped 130 million units sold, which means we collectively bought another 10 million more copies in just four months, despite being nearly a decade old. 10! Million! Copies!

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Featured Image Credit: Credit: Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar, 2K)

Topics: Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar, GTA Online, GTA V

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