The recently-launched “Grand Theft Auto Online” is causing issues for players of “GTA 5.” According to a report by Spawn First on Oct. 1, the multiplayer mode may have a negative effect on the single-player campaign.
Several players are reporting that their save files have been corrupted while attempting to log into “Grand Theft Auto Online.” As a result, their progresses from the single-player campaign have been erased, forcing players to start from the beginning of the open-world action-adventure video game.
A solution to the save corruption issues has not yet been revealed by Rockstar Games. However, the company did state that they are looking into the various connection problems regarding “Grand Theft Auto Online.” Spawn First suggest that worried players should backup their save file before trying to log into the multiplayer mode.
A patch was released for “GTA 5” on Oct. 1, fixing some of the issues with the single-player campaign in addition to activating “Grand Theft Auto Online.” It is unknown when Rockstar Games will be releasing another title update for the product.
“GTA 5,” which came out for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 on Sept. 17, features a robust single-player story mode with many story missions, side quests and other activities. The video game was published by the aforesaid Rockstar Games and developed by Rockstar North. You can view a set of "GTA 5" screenshots in the slideshow near the top of this article. You can order the title from Amazon in the following link: “GTA 5”