The lights are on
It's been a frustrating few days for players who have been looking forward to digging into Grand Theft Auto Online. Rockstar has issued a message to players who have been unable to connect to GTA V's online multiplayer. Basically, they've solved some of the problems, and more fixes are incoming.
The post on Rockstar's official site is more comprehensive, but that's the gist of it. Here is Rockstar's more in-depth update.
Rockstar adds that its entire team is working on these connectivity issues around the clock, and that they're hoping to have these initial technical issues resolved as quickly as possible.
Our TakeIt's not surprising that this week's launch of Grand Theft Auto Online has been bumpy, but that hasn't made it any less frustrating to affected players. Dan wrote an editorial about the benefits of being patient, but I know that doesn't make things any less annoying when you block off game time and wind up staring at a never-ending load screen. For the sake of everyone who's playing (or plans on joining the action soon), here's hoping that everything does indeed get fixed.
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I tried to connect a few times yesterday. Got an endless loading screen. I can wait for it to smooth out, and honestly I could use a break from GTA. It's all I've been doing with free time lately.
Yeah.. pulling off jobs in the promise of getting cash but when you go back to freemode you haven't earned anything.
They could have just let it release with the game so that they could go without so much sever pressure and then work out the bugs when far less people cared. They can't just try to control EXACTLY how people play a game
Well i geuse ill have to try agine later last night i wasnt even able to do the
The solo online so i just worked on my hardcore playthrough of diablo
Hope i can enjoy online soon
The fact that I couldn't even get in a game doesn't bother me (seems to be fixed now anyways since I played a little while ago with no problems). It's the fact that GTA Online has seemed to corrupt my single-player file. Before I downloaded the patch yesterday morning on my PS3 and made many attempts to get online, I had a main mission available to all 3 characters. Now that mission has disappeared and Michael is no longer playable. I messed around all day yesterday completing every side mission and all Stranger missions available for Franklin and Trevor, taking my time trying to level up strength by golfing and things like that... Still nothing. A couple of weapons have also seemed to disappear from Franklin's inventory and his Special skill level has just inexplicably reduced by about 25%. I never encountered any serious bugs like these in the previous 40+ hours I put into GTA V, and all in one day, my game just went to sh*t. I'm pretty angry.
There's the Rock Star we all know and love
I am usually a late adopter I made an exception for this game because I wanted to experience gtao with ffriends on the ground level, and now I can't get on but my friend is already making money and building experience in the game WTF. It wouldn't be so aggrivating if all of us were *** but simply to know others are getting on with little drama is absolutly fury inducing.
I will wait a few days and hopefully i can play GTA Online.
Rabble! Rabble Rabble!
Ppl need to know forcing ur way into a game that is huge and having issues not gonna make u go online anywhere soon. Until Rockstar gives the complete green light play GTA V single player since it was so good doubt anyone have pass the game 100%. Or play another game or take a break lol it's more stressful for gaming companies hearing complaints 24/7. Mistakes happen and ppl in Rockstar are human not robots so enough complaining.