Shortly after last week’s title update that was meant to provide more stability in GTA Online, Rockstar Games confirmed that users were still reporting unsaved progress and the inability to connect to game’s servers. According to an update from the official Rockstar Support website on Oct 24, the developer now claims that the issues which first arose this past weekend have now been resolved.
While many may be upset by design decisions that have recently been made by the developer concerning the rate at which money is earned inside the multiplayer mode of Grand Theft Auto V, it is good to see that Rockstar Games continues to work on the underlying network issues of GTA Online in hopes of building a better game.
Access to GTA Online patched into Grand Theft Auto V on Oct 1. Those who owned the base game are now able to play the online mode for no additional charge. Where the single player story campaign of GTA 5 placed fans in control of three pre-built protagonists, gamers can make their own character within GTA Online which they can level up and purchase vehicles and property for by completing various jobs alongside other players.