Ps3 not updating gta v
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We managed to pack in two years worth of free updates onto the older platforms, but after the release of Heists we started to run into some very real memory constraints.
“As the world of Grand Theft Auto Online continues to expand and evolve through ongoing updates, storage limitations of the Play Station 3 12GB hardware will require owners to purchase additional storage to accommodate GTAV Title Updates after 1.16 (released on 8/19/14).
All updates and content must remain installed on the system in order to maintain compatibility for all players within GTA Online.
Well, whatever the case, if you're still rocking a 12GB hard drive you'll need to upgrade, pronto.
Over on the Rockstar support page, the company issues a warning for anyone still using the low-GB model PS3, stating...
The broadband internet connection is already one of the standard requirements for most games, and there's usually a bit about the hard drive space requirements, but it usually doesn't go beyond that. “If not enough space is available on the system, hardware limitations will prevent players from accessing GTA Online.
If you have a 12GB PS3 that Sony introduced last year as a cheap alternative for those who didn't want to put a lot of money into one of the bigger units, you're going to have to upgrade.
This isn't a discussion or something that can be debated.
Grand Theft Auto Online — the multiplayer element of open-world action game Grand Theft Auto V — launched Tuesday, but a lot of players haven’t even made it through the tutorial yet.
Publisher Rockstar said to expect problems at launch, and actually getting into the first tutorial race is now the main issue. Rockstar has detailed three fixes that may get you past the notorious “waiting for players” or “loading session” screens that have been the talk of Twitter and other online forums.