GamesBeat

PS3 owners get their Grand Theft Auto Online patch hook-up NOW

Above: Grand Theft Auto: Online is so sorry. Let's rub some money on your frustration.

Image Credit: Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games has just announced a new update for Grand Theft Auto V that will fix some of the issues associated with the online mode. It is currently available for PlayStation 3 with an Xbox 360 version hopefully appearing later tonight. Rockstar Games mentions this list of fixes:

•    Fix to address the issue where players were stuck launching a session before the Mall or Nothing race in the online tutorial.
•    Fix to address an issue where bank & cash were deleted incorrectly in some cases.
•    Fix to address incorrect amounts of cash being dropped when the player dies in Missions and Last Team Standing.
•    Fixes an issue where the Character Switch Wheel would disappear after a failed load.
•    Fixes an issue where attempting to enter GTA Online via the Character Switch Wheel caused a black screen.
•    Fixes an issue where temporary characters were overwriting main characters.
•    Fixes an issue where players were losing apartments and the money they spent on them.
•    Fixes an issue that caused Story Mode missions to be missed in some instances.
•    Removes the autosave that occurred when transitioning into GTA Online from within GTAV Story Mode to prevent the chance of Story Mode saves becoming corrupted.
•    Several tweaks to GTA Online including improving overall stability.

In addition to the patch, Rockstar Games has also launched a set of Grand Theft Auto Online features in their Social Club, a website dedicated to tracking stats, jobs, and progress of the players roaming the streets of Grand Theft Auto Online.


Don't let cyber attacks kill your game! Join GamesBeat's Dean Takahashi for a free webinar on April 18 that will explore the DDoS risks facing the game industry. Sign up here.
blog comments powered by Disqus

GamesBeat is your source for gaming news and reviews. But it's also home to the best articles from gamers, developers, and other folks outside of the traditional press. Register or log in to join our community of writers. You can even make a few bucks publishing stories here! Learn more.

You are now an esteemed member of the GamesBeat community. That means you can comment on stories or post your own to GB Unfiltered (look for the "New Post" link by mousing over your name in the red bar up top). But first, why don't you fill out your via your ?

About GamesBeat