So, you've all had a lot of late nights over the past week and a half playing GTA V, right? Well, we suggest you rest up for a few days, as GTA Online gets released on October 1st.
The guys at Rockstar have provided some details regarding the roll out of GTA Online, and we think you'll find them quite interesting:
Grand Theft Auto Online is going to be something brand new for us: a fully realized and living world for multiple players that will continue to grow and take shape over time.
The ultimate shape of GTA Online will be determined as much by you, the player, as by the work we put in. What you like and donít like, what you play and what you want will determine how the game develops and what it turns into.
Everything we do will be informed by feedback from you all Ė from the types of missions that roll out to all kinds of future content.
We are planning for a constant stream of new content, tweaks and updates in the weeks and months ahead.
The first couple of weeks we expect to be heavily focused on tuning the experience as it goes from internal testing to the reality of being played by tons of people in the real world so that all the usual teething problems for an online game are overcome. We hope it will all run incredibly smoothly, but please bear with us if it doesn't, and help us fix any and all problems!
After that, we will begin releasing content updates and giving you the opportunity to make your own content.
Now, I don't think we can really criticize Rockstar for anticipating potential bugs, I mean, you all know how big of a game we're talking about here - at least they'll be ready to fix issues rather than have us waiting around for them eh?GTA V's story mode has already had some issues - read about them + fixes right here.