Grand Theft Auto 5 Online, which debuted on Oct.1, faced a lot of issues after its release. But the game developer Rockstar has now announced that all the issues have been fixed and that gamers can enjoy the game with no disruption.
Rockstar Games announced the news via an update on their support page. "The connection issues seen earlier in the day have now been resolved. Please note that we are still looking into reports about missing characters, rank, items, apartments, and/or in-game money," the post read.
It also explained that the substantial teething problems occurred as the number of online players was too high and the server could not handle it.
Rockstar Games had warned its fans beforehand that they will be facing issues and the developers worked round the clock to mend the problem. Now that the issue has been sorted the developer is said to be concentrating on big fixes.
"Please note that we are still looking into reports about missing characters, rank, items, apartments and/or in-game money," the update reads.
Rockstar Games recently disabled the game's micro transactions and launched title updates for the game versions of PS3 and Xbox 360, reported Polygon.
The online version of GTA 5 will allow a multiplayer game of up to 16 players, who will be able to interact simultaneously within a virtual environment and create their own personal avatars as well.
This is included as a freebie with every copy of the GTA 5 console video game.
This is the first time GTA has tried its hand at online gaming in such a wide scale