How to Deal With Griefers in GTA Online  (2023)


How to Deal With Griefers in GTA Online (2023)

Abhimannu Das
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Griefers have a tendency to ruin your gameplay experience in GTA Online and there are some tips and tricks that can help you put a stop to them.
Using armored vehicles is the best way to deal with griefers if you do not want to be attacked by them.

In Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Online, "griefers" refer to players who engage in disruptive and antagonistic behavior with the intent of causing frustration, annoyance, or harm to other players. Griefing can take various forms including cheating, trolling, harassment and exploiting game mechanics. If you find yourself with griefers in public lobbies, you should try and avoid them immediately. If you do not want your play session to be hindered by griefers, here are some tips that can help you out.

Ten ways to deal with griefers in GTA Online 

Remember that while the following strategies can help, there's no foolproof way to completely avoid griefers in a public session in GTA Online.

Use Passive Mode: Activate Passive Mode to make yourself invulnerable to attacks from other players. Keep in mind that you cannot use weapons in this mode, and some activities may be restricted.

Solo or Invite-Only Sessions: Play in solo sessions or invite-only sessions to avoid encountering random players who may engage in griefing.

Find a Crew or Friends: Play with friends or join a crew. Having a group of players you trust can provide protection against griefers and make the game more enjoyable.

Ghost Organization: If you have a CEO office and are part of an organization, you can use the "Ghost Organization" ability to become invisible on the map for a short period, making it harder for griefers to find you.

Change Session: If you encounter a persistent griefer, consider switching to a new session. This will place you in a different lobby with new players.

Defensive Vehicles: Use armored or weaponized vehicles that can help you defend against attackers. Examples include the Opressor Mk II, Nightshark, or Insurgent Pick-Up Custom.

Off the Radar: Use Lester's "Off the Radar" ability to temporarily hide your presence from other players.

Secure Your Businesses: If you're engaging in businesses like CEO or Motorcycle Club work, try to do it in a solo or friendly lobby. This reduces the chances of encountering hostile players.

Stay Vigilant: Keep an eye on the radar for approaching players and be prepared to take evasive action if necessary.

Report Griefers: Use the in-game reporting system to report griefers. Rockstar Games takes action against players who engage in disruptive behavior.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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