Although they previously promised ‘substantial’ new story content Rockstar now claim that it’s not a priority and that everyone that was working on the single-player game is now working on GTA Online instead.
There’s also unlikely to be any more online heists, after Rockstar found them a lot more difficult to implement than they originally expected.
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“We have continued to optimize the entire game over time in order to squeeze as much memory as we possibly could out of the last-generation hardware and at some point, continuing to add content for those systems could cause the risk of instability to the game overall,” said the firm.
Rockstar said last December some updates to GTA Online would only be “technically possible on the new hardware,” but it had hoped to do all “it could for the other four consoles as long as possible.” GTA Online Freemode Events were announced earlier today for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, with PS3 and Xbox 360 notably absent from the platform list.
Okay, the game is desperately trying to get me to update to 1.26, which is strange, because I am not even signed online.
GTA Online will not be updated anymore on the old last gen consoles, as Rockstar puts a dampener on hopes of GTA V story DLC.
Rockstar has confirmed that GTA Online has received its final last gen update, and that all future additions will only be for the Xbox One, Play Station 4, and PC.
‘As we mentioned previously, we always knew there might be a point where we would reach the technical capacity of what the older generation of consoles can handle as each downloadable update requires additional memory both for assets and for additional scripting,’ Rockstar told Kotaku UK.‘We have continued to optimise the entire game over time in order to squeeze as much memory as we possibly could out of the last generation hardware and at some point, continuing to add content for those systems could cause the risk of instability to the game overall.’ Rockstar warned that this time would come, and two years of free updates is certainly nothing to sniff at.The catalyst for drawing a line under things has been the new Freemode Events, which open up a Destiny style public match every 12 minutes.These don’t need a lobby and you can just turn up and play them whenever you want – which apparently is something the last gen consoles can’t handle.The Freemode update will be released on Tuesday, September 15 (the same day as The Taken King) and will also bring the Rockstar Editor to the Xbox One and Play Station 4 for the first time.In other GTA Online news Rockstar has played down hopes of a story expansion for Grand Theft Auto V.