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Xbox 360 players who make installing games to their hard drives part of their gaming routine should use caution with Grand Theft Auto V. Rockstar says installing the "play" disc, in addition to the one marked "install" could create performance issues.
Word came via Rockstar's support account on Twitter, in response to customer questions. "An 8GB install is required. For optimal performance, we recommend not installing the play disc," read the tweet. Rockstar didn't respond to additional questions asking for elaboration. For the time being, just don't do it.
This potential issue is only relevant to the Xbox 360 version of the game, as the PlayStation 3 edition ships on a single Blu-ray disc.
[Source: Rockstar via MCV]
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Thanks for the head's up R*, but thankfully I don't install my games anymore (unless it's required).
At least Rockstar gave 360 owners a heads up on this.
Thankfully I saw this because that's exactly what I normally do lol. Hopefully they get a patch for it so you can install the play disc.
So let me get this straight. I'm not supposed to install the one that says play? Well then.
This seems like a useful bit of info. I like to install both discs so I probably would have screwed this all up.
That would suck if someone didn't know about this and installed on both discs.
This makes me want to get it for the PS3, but I freaking hate trophies! I want my achievements!!
LONGEST INSTALL EVER!!!!!!!!!
I have the feeling that this game was designed for more than just the 360 and PS3 in mind...