A spokesperson from Rockstar Games has further commented on the lost progression issues for “GTA Online.” According to an update from Rockstar Support on Oct. 6, the company revealed another tip for players to prevent their multiplayer characters from being lost.
The spokesperson warned that the “retry” option should not be used when you received an error messages stating that “Rockstar Cloud Servers are unavailable” as it may led to your character being deleted. Instead, the development team suggested that you should first exit back to the story mode of “GTA 5” and re-enter “GTA Online” in order to reconnect to the online server in a safe manner.
Rockstar Games also stated that the third title update will be fixing lost progression issues. The patch will be released “as soon as possible.” You can check out a few screenshots from the open-world action-adventure video game in the slideshow near the top of this article and the full statement from the company below (courtesy of Rockstar Support):
Please do NOT use the “Retry” button after receiving the message “Rockstar Cloud Servers are unavailable” as this may result in loss of character data. If you are trying to access GTA Online and Rockstar Cloud Servers are unavailable, please exit to GTAV Story Mode and try entering GTA Online again through the Pause menu in Story Mode. We will be issuing a title update that will fix this issue as soon as possible.
The previous two patches for “GTA Online” help alleviate several issues with network connections in addition to fixing several glitches that prevented progress. Rockstar Games is the company that published and distributed the latest “Gran Theft Auto” installment, which was formally released for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms on Sept. 17. The troublesome multiplayer mode was enabled on Oct. 1. You can order the game from Amazon in the following link: “GTA 5”