New ‘GTA V’ PC Patch Released Today, Fixes Vehicle Storage Issues And More

Rockstar Games updated the PC version of Grand Theft Auto V today with patch 350.1. The patch addresses many issues with the title including, but not limited to, improving stability, rectifying rare problems, and fixing the error that would replace personally stored vehicles.

Grand Theft Auto V developers Rockstar Games notified players on the PC’s patch 350.1 release via the studio’s official Twitter account. The patch fixes a number of specific issues as well as Steam-only problems, such as the inability to alt-tab back into the game after using alt-tab to minimize it while the Steam overlay was up. Various crashes, improvements to the game’s download speed, and much more are included in the official patch notes.

Most notably, though, is a fix for replacing saved cars in players’ garages. As the Inquisitr recounted, players in Grand Theft Auto V’s online mode, GTA Online, were encountering the bug that was essentially deleting saved vehicles. If a garage was full, and a player attempted to save a new car to the garage, the player’s active car would be deleted to make room for the new car. The 350.1 patch fixes this error by notifying players that they are replacing a car with a new one at the time they store the new vehicle in their garage.

The latest Grand Theft Auto V patch notes also reference fixing the clipping found while using the Snapmatic for selfies, addressing a seldom seen error when purchasing apartment in GTA Online, and improving the stability of the game while moving between jobs. One extremely specific bug was also mentioned in the patch notes.

“Fixed an issue where players would be asked to quit the game while using text chat in Golf and pressing the ‘E’ key.”

The PC version of Grand Theft Auto V is just a couple of weeks old; the game released on April 13 and is moving into the hands of gamers quickly. Gameranx reports that the game has moved over two million copies on PC, making note that the game is performing quite well on Steam’s digital distribution service.

Grand Theft Auto V is out now on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. PC players can also use the Rockstar Editor to create and capture their adventures. The editor even allows players to assume the role of a movie director with Director Mode to create cinematic pieces. Patch 350.1 allows PC players to add their GTA Online characters to the editor’s shortlist.

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