This Week’s ‘GTA V’ Update Resolves Graphical Issues on Xbox One, PS4

Grand Theft Auto V

After last week’s update for Grand Theft Auto V introduced a bug on current-gen consoles that caused Xbox One and Playstation 4 users to begin to experience deteriorating visual quality within the game, Rockstar Games today confirmed on their official support website that a newly released patch is now available for GTA V that should fully correct the issue.

In addition to addressing the graphical problems from last week, Title Update 1.10 for GTA V also fixed an issue that caused some users to have their online character’s appearance randomly changed. Before the newest patch fixed the issue, Rockstar Games could only suggest for player to clear their GTA V cache files in the hopes that it would correct their character’s appearance.

Grand Theft Auto V Title Update 1.10 also corrected an instance where other user’s avatars were not correctly animating on their screen. The full change log for today’s minor patch only listed these three points.

  • Fixes graphical issues on PS4 and Xbox One introduced after Title Update 1.08.
  • Corrects an issue where some players’ character appearances would change periodically
  • Fixes an animation issue where another player aiming on your screen would not play the correct animation

Since the graphical bugs were only encountered on new-gen platforms, the new update for GTA V was only deployed on the Xbox One and Playstation 4 editions of the game. According to an official support ticket, Rockstar Games is claiming that Update 1.10 has completely fixed the graphical deterioration issues that current-gen gamers have been experiencing.

“Graphical quality has been fully restored as of Title Update 1.10 and this issue is now resolved.”

GTA V

While Rockstar Games continues to work on fixing bugs within GTA V to improve the overall experience for fans of the game, the developer is also gearing for the upcoming PC launch of Grand Theft Auto V. As reported by the Inquisitr, the first official trailer for the title’s PC port was revealed today. Going beyond the graphical upgrades that were already introduced when the game jumped to current-gen consoles, the premier PC trailer gave gamers their first glimpse of GTA V running in 60 frames-per-second.

Title Update 1.10 for Grand Theft Auto V is now available to download on both the Xbox One and PS4. The PC version of the open-world crime title is set to launch on April 14.

Are you a console gamer who had experienced any of the graphical bugs that were fixed in the newest GTA V update?

[Images via Rockstar Games]