Rockstar may have broken records with the launch of Grand Theft Auto V but that hasn't calmed the legions of fans hating on the release of Grand Theft Auto Online. The highly anticipated multiplayer feature of Grand Theft Auto V was meant to change all the rules. The world of San Andreas at your feet with thousands of other players to share your experience, at least that was the idea. The launch made the game unplayable for almost a week as players couldn't join servers or get past the tutorial.
That was finally addressed before Rockstar turned their concerns towards reports of missing players and content. An email burst was sent out today to confirm that the latest patch is now live, fixing a large portion of the problems currently plaguing the game. There's still a few teething problems to sort out but Grand Theft Auto Online is now fully working for almost everyone so if you've been holding out, now's the time to dive into the game.