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‘GTA 5’ 1.10 patch full change log reveals new ‘GTA Online’ features and more

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Rockstar Games, the publisher of “Grand Theft Auto 5,” has published the full change log for the 1.10 patch. According to a post from Rockstar Support on Feb. 13, a representative provided a big list of changes, most of which are made towards “GTA Online.”

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Although the title update features a lot of fixes, it also comes with plenty of new features. Most of the new additions are aimed to streamline the “GTA 5” multiplayer experience. For example, notification screens were added to prevent the deletion of characters and personal vehicles. The Social Club names for the creators of verified jobs in “GTA Online” were also added, making searching for user-created missions easier than before.

Rockstar Games previously disclosed that the “Grand Theft Auto 5” 1.10 patch fixed the bad pool timer, cornrows hairstyle and other glitches. The Rat Loader car was also re-instated and be acquired for free for a limited amount of time before the next title update for “GTA 5.” You can find the full change log of the current patch update in the Rockstar Support website.

“Grand Theft Auto 5” has been frequently updated since it was released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 last year. Rockstar Games used the title updates to fix problems in addition to adding new content to the single-player campaign and “GTA Online” multiplayer.

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