We really hope you haven't applied to any sites or Liked anything on Facebook in hopes of snagging a Grand Theft Auto V beta key. Why? Because there is no Grand Theft Auto V beta. This is a battle that Take-Two has been fighting for a little while now, starting back in February when the company shut down getgtavbeta.com, followed by betagtav.com; now the publisher is taking on four other Grand Theft Auto V domains.
This week, Take-Two filed complaints with the Wold Intellectual Property Organization against gta5betacode.com and grandtheftauto5beta.com, both cases being viewable on the WIPO website as case numbers D2013-0490 and D2013-0489. In the case of grandtheftauto5beta.com, there's no website to speak of yet, while gta5betacode.com has a website, Facebook page with over 1,000 Likes, and a YouTube account.
If you're curious how the scams work, they start by getting you to spread it through Facebook. From there, you get "Get Your Key!," go to another site, select your console, and download a file to your computer.
Regardless, don't fall for that nonsense.