Today’s title update for Grand Theft Auto V didn’t only turn on access to the game’s ambitious multiplayer mode, it also applied a number of fixes for problems that existed within the single player campaign. The developer revealed the additional patch details on the afternoon of Oct 1.
One of the largest issues that players encountered within GTA 5 was a problem which caused vehicles to fail to save while inside owned garages or for their purchased upgrades to not persist. Rockstar Games claims this has now been resolved with today’s title update and that players can now safely use the game’s garage system safely.
Other fixes include tweaks to the in-game cell phone’s interface and gamers should no longer encounter a bug that would cause them to be unable to gain money. Those with access to the Atomic Blimp should also not have the option to call the bonus as a contact disappear. The full list of game changes brought about with the first title update for GTA 5 can be found on the Rockstar Newswire.