Rockstar has done good to chalk out a name for itself in the industry for so many years, riding mainly on the success that was generated with each of its Grand Theft Auto titles. And with the release of GTA 5, that rate of success peaked like no other, and more so with the first ever GTA Online experience for fans.

However, not all is well in the online front of things for the new GTA. In fact, GTA Online has been facing problems with its frame-rate on PC, following the release of the Ill-Gotten Gains DLC. However, it seems like Rockstar has already worked on fixing the issue.

As reported, the publisher has now released a new 91MB patch for GTA Online that aims at improving the game's overall frame rate. That being said, note that the new patch could cause a few issues with some of the mods that fans might have installed for the single player version of the game.

"We also received some reports linking decreased performance when using Story Mode mods to TU 1.28. As mentioned previously, we are not actively targeting players using mods in Story Mode, nor are we explicitly implementing protections against them in-game," Rockstar stated.

"Our primary focus is on protecting GTA Online against modifications that could give players an unfair advantage, disrupt gameplay, or cause griefing. However, as a reminder, mods are still unauthorized and as such, Title Updates may cause Story Mode mods to behave in unexpected ways because they are not supported or tested, and players run them at their own risk."

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[Source: Gamingbolt]