As good as GTA V is, we still see that a lot of you are having problems trying to connect to GTA Online. As Rockstar works around the clock to fix the problems before the weekend, we now have some additional news to share with you in relation to bug fixes.
As we told you earlier this week, the very first title update was released for the game, fixing up a significant amount of bugs in the process. Unsurprisingly though, the sheer scale of GTA V means that not every bug can be fixed at once, and you can bet that many more still exist in the game to cause users a bit of hassle.
With this in mind, Rockstar’s support department has attempted to make your life a little easier, by listing a series of other bugs in the game that are yet to be fixed, but are acknowledged by the developer as official trouble-makers.
You can see the full list for yourself through the website link here, as it includes problems such as error messages when failing to start or load jobs. There’s also some details referencing the longer than usual load times during match-making – with some players having to endure a timeout after 10 or 15 minutes.
If you have been experiencing some of the problems mentioned here and through the link, it’s a good idea to bookmark Rockstar’s support website as it looks like the developer will be keeping a frequent log on things and will update their list accordingly.
As far as we’re aware, the existing known issues listed here by Rockstar relate to all three versions of the game – so PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Are you still having issues with GTA V story mode, or is your problems specifically linked to the GTA Online mode? Hopefully we’ll have some fresh news from Rockstar soon.
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