The game is the online multiplayer mode for Grand Theft Auto V.
The PS4 and Xbox One are also set to get the new Rockstar Editor, streamlined for consoles and offering a few new bells and whistles which will also appear on the PC as well.
However, all these new features are not coming to the Xbox 360 and PS3, with Rockstar pretty much drawing a line under last-gen overhauls.
The next pesky bug that’s appeared since the update is that car damage is now a little more temperamental than before.
Users are reporting that you can take a hammer to your vehicle of choice and beat the ever living days out of it without seeing much in the way of deformity, rendering the car practically invincible.
Grand Theft Auto Online is a persistent, open world online multiplayer video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games.
It was released on 1 October 2013 for Play Station 3 and Xbox 360, and was released on 18 November 2014 for Play Station 4 and Xbox One, with a Microsoft Windows version on 14 April 2015.
To get the most out of playing in the first-person perspective it’s imperative that players tweak the controls and field of view to get the best out of it, something that takes a little bit of time as well as trial and error.
Unfortunately ‘s latest update has been resetting the options on each start-up, resulting in many players taking to Twitter, Reddit, Facebook to complain.
There’s no solution as of yet, but a handy tip from me to you would be to take a picture of your settings when you’ve tweaked them to perfection.
That way you’ve always got them on hand should the game decide to revert to the defaults when you next boot it up.
It won divided year-end accolades, ranging from Biggest Disappointment to Best Multiplayer, from several gaming publications.