A new Upgraded & Expanded Version of Grand Theft Auto Online is now available for PlayStation5 and Xbox Series X/S platforms. Several significant positives do exist as well, though. For example, GTA 5 loads quicker on PlayStation 5 than PlayStation 4.
The GTA 5 Upgraded & Expanded Edition has been widely criticised by players for a variety of concerns, including difficulty importing players as well as aesthetic faults. In addition, a weird issue has a city that once brimmed with people desolate for a Grand Theft Auto Online gamer.
Where Did Everybody Go?
The gamer who goes by the tag Dangerous Mess2366 posted a video of the weird problem to the GTA Online message board. While enjoying the title on his Playstation5, Dangerous Mess2366 may be spotted strolling downtown with his avatar. Anybody who has played the videogame before will quickly recognize everything strange: there have been no people on the streets, and also no automobiles running on the busy asphalt of Los Santos.
Dangerous Mess2366 opens his settings interface at one time, indicating that everything else is working fine and he isn’t disconnected but rather is in a shared network with many people. If they had a similar difficulty, it’s probable that the error was a server-wide one. That vehicle may nonetheless be audible even when none are around is an intriguing aspect of the problem. However, it might just be a backdrop record of traffic sound that isn’t audible while motors are present.
At one juncture, a robbery team disappeared or as you call it VANISHED’ from GTA Online arena, according to one gamer in the discussions. It’s common for such a glitch to result in people and automobiles sprouting from nothing at fast velocities, someone else said. Stores run by NPCs have still been open, although it’s unknown whether gamers had access to them. Changing servers, on the other hand, might generally return the gamer to a regular queue, therefore it wasn’t a huge deal.
Unfortunately, GTA 5’s online component suffers from flaws common to sandbox gameplay in general as well. Updates were swiftly issued by the developer to fix the worst serious problems with the Grand Theft Auto Trilogy remake, which was first released in bad condition. Given how GTA Online controls an incredibly strong playing population that invests cash in the game via micropayments, one could reasonably expect that now the developer addresses this problem in the coming days.