GTA 5 Online got a new update. What’s in « Title Update 1.60 »? We show you the patch notes for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Update from 05/18/2022: Rockstar Games has released a new update for GTA 5 Online. On May 17, the so-called “GTAV Title Update 1.60” went live for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. PS5 and Xbox Series X/S didn’t get a patch this time.
|name of the game||Grand Theft Auto V|
|release||September 17, 2013|
|series||Grand Theft Auto|
|platform||PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC|
|genre||Open world, action adventure|
GTA 5 Online: Patch Notes for Title Update 1.60
But what was fixed by the developer from New York? Not that much. In fact, Rockstar Games only adjusted two things in game stability and performance. These are the patch notes for GTA 5 Online Update 1.60:
- Fixed a crash that occurred when equipping the MK II Heavy Sniper Rifle in first-person
- Fixed several crashes in GTA 5 and GTA Online
That’s about it, fixed in the new GTA 5 Online update. The game should now run smoother and crash less.
First report from April 27th, 2022: New York – Developer Rockstar Games provides its evergreen GTA 5 with regular updates. Major updates are usually released in summer and winter, delighting fans with brand new content. Small updates also go live every Thursday, introducing new cars to the game and bringing players special discounts and bonuses for a week. Now the developer from New York has released an unannounced patch. We reveal what’s in GTA 5 Update 1.41.
GTA 5: Update 1.41 is now live – a small update indicates future content
Then the GTA 5 Update 1.41 appears: Developer Rockstar Games, based in New York, regularly releases new updates. The last big one was in December. The Contract update with Dr. Dre in GTA Online hit like a bomb and had fans flocking back to the game. But actually wanted rapper Dr. Dre didn’t even play in GTA – he thought the game was for kids.
Unfortunately, the GTA 5 update 1.41 is not as big as the last one with Dr. dr But it is already live and fans can already check out the new content and changes. On April 26, 2022, the New York developer went live with GTA 5 Update 1.41.
This is in GTA 5 Update 1.41: The GTA 5 Update 1.41 is nothing earth-shattering, but it does bring small changes that can significantly improve the gameplay. Players can now set and change the motion blur manually. Also, players are now getting more money from nightclubs, corporations and stocks. These are all changes live in the game since GTA 5 update 1.41:
- Money for businesses and nightclubs was raised along with stock increases on PC
- Motion blur can now be adjusted manually
- Fixed bug when switching from story mode to GTA Online
- Adaptive triggers on the DualSense have been adjusted for Hao’s workshop
- Various bug fixes on Xbox Series X and PS5
Players will find clues to new DLCs: The most interesting thing about GTA 5 Update 1.41 are the references to upcoming DLC for the Expanded and Enhanced Edition. These were found on players’ PCs after GTA 5 Update 1.41 was installed. The Expanded and Enhanced Edition refers to GTA 5 for PS5 and Xbox Series X. The next-gen upgrade costs €10 for PS5 and €20 for Xbox Series X and S until mid-June.
GTA 5: Update 1.41 – This is how big the patch is on consoles and PC
How big is the GTA 5 update 1.41? Depending on which platform you play GTA 5 on, update 1.41 will be larger or smaller. This is how big the GTA 5 Update 1.41 is on the consoles and the PC:
- PlayStation 4: 1.4GB
- PlayStation 5: 514MB
- Xbox One: 1.9GB
- Xbox Series X: 2.48GB
- PC: 1GB
On the PS5, the GTA 5 Update 1.41 takes up the least storage space. Players should therefore have no problems installing the new patch.
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