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So, with the new After Hours update, it takes a while for the nightclubs to start becoming lucrative or even pay for themselves. So, I was wondering if there might be a possible way to make GTA Online think that more time has advanced than has actually occurred. Like, say multiple days going by in an hour or so? I have no clue if anything like that may even be possible, but if it was then Making money would be super fast via nightclubs. Does anyone know if this could even be looked into as a possible glitch?
 
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As far as I know, this is all server-side time. Nothing we can do locally effect the time
 
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As far as I know, this is all server-side time. Nothing we can do locally effect the time
You can adjust the game clock with certain editors...
The issue is there are so many time dependent values in the scripts it would be almost impossible to not have conflicting values:frown:
I have definitely almost destroyed GTA on my PC by changing a value in one section without knowing where or what that value coincides with :wink:
Luckily I recovered without having to reinstall :roflmao:
To make a long story longer....
The answer to your question is no:tongue:
 
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Questioned answered above. Closed.
 
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