Title Update hits Grand Theft Auto 5
Rockstar saddled its billion-dollar enterprise, better known as Grand Theft Auto 5, with its first Title Update today. The most notable adjustment to the game by way of the patch is, obviously, the fact that it allows players access to commit unrestricted chaos on Grand Theft Auto Online.
But for those of you who are still struggling to get online thanks to overcrowded servers, the update has a number of implications for the game's single player campaign mode, which Rockstar was more than happy to list on its newswire, and which we've provided below:
- Fix for interface issues when using Internet on the cell phone after completing the game, or during a mission replay
- Fix for the Vanilla Unicorn occasionally becoming locked, so now you can see those naughty stripper bits whenever you like
- Fix for issues where the character's money could drop below zero and become stuck there
- Fix for the Epsilon Program missions not progressing properly after delivering some cars
- Fix for issue where the Atomic Blimp sometimes does not appear as a phone contact for Collector's Edition owners
- Fix for issues with saved vehicles going missing, or losing their upgrades
- Fixes for several map escape and collision issues along with other various bug fixes
GTA V centers around three characters performing a number of heists, each with their own reason for doing so: Michael, the career criminal with a mid-life crisis, repo man Franklin who wants out of his life in the hood, and resident redneck Trevor, definitely the most colorful of the bunch, but also potentially the most dangerous.
The game features one of the biggest maps in the GTA series yet, and like past games, has a massive amount of side missions and objectives to keep gamers busy 'til rapture. And then there's the game's online mode, but dissecting that is a whole other article altogether.
Grand Theft Auto V is out now on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.