Grand Theft Auto V is getting ready to launch onto all-new platforms next week, and Rockstar has confirmed that you’ll need to grab a last-minute Title Update to make sure everything runs smoothly on the day.
“In order to experience the game properly,” we’re told, “Please make sure you install this Update before playing.” This should be simple: As long as you’re connected to the internet, the Title Update should slot into place automatically.
Once you’ve actually loaded the game, Rockstar doesn’t want you to disappear. The company promises it will be “looking closely” at gamer feedback, which will help shape future Title Updates and dynamic tuning changes.
With the advent of First Person Mode, 30-player Online support and other new features made possible by the new systems, your feedback, help and guidance is more important than ever to help us make the game experience all it can be. Whether it’s letting us know what you like and what you don’t like about the new features, reporting any technical issues you may experience during the early days of GTA Online’s next generation launch, or any other suggestions for improvements and tweaks whatsoever – we need your continued help, and, maybe, just a little patience if there are any teething problems around the launch on the new systems.
You’ve actually got a couple of good ways you can give Rockstar your feedback: The dedicated Rockstar Games Support website is best for “any and all technical issues that may arise”. Alternatively, there’s also the GTAOnline@rockstargames.com player feedback inbox, if you want to air your thoughts via email.
Over the past year, with each and every Update released for GTA Online were tons of positive changes made as a direct result of player feedback that our development team consulted constantly for input. From specific content added to the game to countless enhancements such as improvements to GTA Online’s RP and GTA$ payouts, insurance system, passive mode, Creator features, damage system – and so much more were all made to the game thanks to your very helpful suggestions.
Grand Theft Auto V hits PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 18, with a PC build following on January 27, 2015.