Rockstar Games provided a few tips as to how to prevent progress from being lost in the “Grand Theft Auto Online” mode of “GTA 5.” As reported by Rockstar Support on Oct. 5, the company clarified the differences between playing the multiplayer using Rockstar Cloud Services as opposed to disc-based content.
Players will still be able to play “Grand Theft Auto Online” even though the Rockstar Cloud Services may be down. However, the temporary character and any progress you made won’t be saved. As a result, the development team suggests that players should not play “Grand Theft Auto Online” unless the Rockstar Cloud Services are activated if they want to save.
Rockstar Games also disclosed some tips in regards to saving in “Grand Theft Auto Online.” The company stated that players should return to the single-player campaign before turning the console off after playing the game’s multiplayer mode. Doing so will make sure that your progress will be saved correctly. You can check out several screenshots showcasing “GTA 5” in the slideshow near the top of this article and the directions provided by Rockstar games below (courtesy of Rockstar Support):
Note: When exiting GTA Online, please pause the game and choose to return to Single Player. This will trigger a save and ensure that progress since the last auto-save is recorded. If you purchase items and immediately power the console off or exit through console system menus, those items may not be saved.
Rockstar Games recently acknowledge that some players may be losing their multiplayer character and progress in “GTA 5.” The development team is currently looking for potential causes for the issues. You can order the product from Amazon in the following link: “GTA 5.”