Grand Theft Auto 5 has just received patch 1.04 designed to solve the many different issues that are plaguing the GTA Online multiplayer mode, such as disappearing cars.
Update: Rockstar has confirmed that it will start to officially deliver the 250,000 GTA$ to users next week, after examining the results of the update.
GTA 5 came out on September 17 and delivered a great single-player experience. On October 1, the game received a free update that unlocked the Grand Theft Auto Online mode.
Sadly, the multiplayer mode had a rocky start, as it was plagued with glitches, issues, and lengthy loading times.
Now, a fresh patch has just been launched for the game in the form of update 1.04, which brings fixes for several major glitches, like the one that caused the deletion of purchased vehicles.
The patch also adds 250,000 in in-game currency to the accounts of players who entered the online mode since its debut on October 1.
According to comments from the Rockstar Newswire, however, the patch also decreases the amount of money paid out after completing missions.