At the start of the weekend, Rockstar Games released a new title update to help alleviate server issues that players were experiencing while playing GTA Online. Not content to take the weekend off without continuing work on the title’s multiplayer woes, the developer announced on Sunday that the online service experienced a couple of instances of instability even after the update. According to the game’s official support site, Rockstar Games was able to resolve both instances shortly after they occurred on all platforms.
Furthermore, the developer let fans know that they still haven’t forgot about those who have experienced loss of items, money, characters, apartments, or in-game progress will playing the Grand Theft Auto V online multiplayer mode. Rockstar Games stated that they are still at work for a resolution to these issues and anyone who has encountered such issues can sign up for automatic updates on the situation.
Grand Theft Auto V is out now on both the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. The game’s new available multiplayer mode, GTA Online, was launched last week and is now available for free to all who own the base game.