Rockstar Games released an update to its Grand Theft Auto 5 yesterday that allowed gamers to finally be able to play its online multiplayer mode, Grand Theft Auto Online. The launch of Grand Theft Auto Online has suffered a bit, but not many people know the patch also fixed some issues Rockstar has come across after releasing the game, including the disappearing vehicles glitch.
The patch Rockstar Games released for Grand Theft Auto 5 fixes a number of issues, which the company has detailed in a post on their blog. A total of seven major issues were fixed with the recent patch:
- 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
- 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
If you’re not too busy trying to get into Grand Theft Auto Online, maybe you could spend some time today to appreciate the fixes Rockstar Games has implemented into the single-player portion of Grand Theft Auto 5.