A spokesperson from Rockstar Games provided an explanation regarding the removal of select vehicles from garages in the latest version of “GTA Online.” According to an update from the comments section of the Rockstar Support website on Dec. 12, the individual explained the Rat Loader is categorized as a utility vehicle and was never meant to be stored in personal basements.
Furthermore, the 1.07 patch also removed several specific models of the Tornado and Karin Rebel brands as the cars were only design for the single-player campaign. You can check out some screenshots from “GTA Online” in the slideshow to the left of the article and the explanation from the Rockstar Games spokesperson below:
As a part of the latest patch, the Rat Loader has been removed from garages. The Rat Loader is classed as a utility vehicle (in the same way that the Tow Truck is), and was not meant to be stored in player garages. Certain models of the Tornado and Karin Rebel have also been removed, as they were Single Player only mission vehicles.
The 1.07 patch was released earlier this week for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of “GTA 5.” Players must be connected to the Playstation Network and Xbox Live services in order to download the update, which added a beta to the content creator for the multiplayer mode of the open-world action-adventure video game. It also contain numerous fixes towards smaller issues along with a few balancing adjustments.
Rockstar Games already released multiple patches for “GTA 5” when the software product was released on Sept. 17. The title updates were used to activate “GTA Online” in addition to adding new DLC and resolving lingering problems that players have encountered.