‘GTA V’ Vehicle Mods Bugged On Next-Gen Consoles, No Info Available For Online Heists At This Time

After several fans reported that they were experiencing issues with modifying a vehicle on the Xbox One and Playstation 4 editions of Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar Games acknowledged that a bug was known to be currently affecting several players who have modified vehicle tuning. The developer revealed on their official support website that they are aware of the issue within GTA V and are currently investigating it in order to find a solution.

The bug is forcing cars that have been upgraded with turbo tuning to actually go slower than those with unmodified tuning. Since the point of paying for turbo tuning in GTA V is to make any given car faster, many users are frustrated that the issue is causing the mod to have the opposite effect.

The issue only seems to be affecting the Xbox One and Playstation 4 versions of GTA V at this time, so gamers on last-gen consoles don’t need to worry about the bug. While Rockstar Games looks into problem to find a fix, the developer is suggesting that users should remove turbo tuning from any vehicle that has received the modification by revisiting any Los Santos Customs garage in GTA V.

This will keep the bug from making players have to deal with driving a slower vehicle than intended. Users can later reapply turbo tuning to their cars and motorcycles after Rockstar Games is able to remedy the issue in a future GTA V update. However, the developer has not revealed how long it is expected to take to fix the problem.

In addition to bringing the issue with vehicle modification to Rockstar Games’ attention, fans are also beginning to grow impatient as they await more details regarding the upcoming inclusion of online heists to GTA V. The developer is dealing with daily requests from gamers wanting to know when to expect the cooperative robberies to finally be released. Unfortunately, Rockstar Games isn’t ready to discuss GTA V‘s heists any further, which has left the Rockstar support staff to have to constantly inform fans that they don’t have any details to share at this time. The developer is currently directing fans to keep watching the Rockstar Newswire blog for official GTA V announcements.

While fans have been waiting for the chance to play online heists since GTA V launched on the Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2013, gamers have grown increasingly anxious for the content after Rockstar Games confirmed that the co-op activities were coming soon. The Inquisitr reported last month that the developer revealed that online heists would be included in GTA V‘s next major content patch.

Rockstar Games is currently working on adding online heists to GTA V in addition to continuing to fix all known issues within the game, such as the recently discovered vehicle modification bug.

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