GAMES OUTFIT Rockstar is still working on delivering the multi-player online version of crime game Grand Theft Auto V (GTA 5).
The firm has been working to give players a consistently good experience since it launched the online version of the game last week, and this weekend started rolling out what it must hope is a solution to its PS3 and Xbox 360 versions.
According to its most recent update all is well in the Sony Playstation camp, but Xbox 360 owners are still waiting.
In a separate Twitter message the firm thanked punters for their patience, although there is not much evidence of patience in the comments, and promised that it is working hard to please them.
"We're working around the clock on any and all tech issues to smooth out ASAP," it said 14 hours ago.
The firm's last post to the Rockstar GTA support pages appeared on 6 October. In that it admitted that people were still struggling with some elements of the tutorial stage and were losing progression and possessions in their main games.
"We are continuing to investigate the causes of the lost progress and what can be done to minimize the impact until a permanent fix is in place. Also, we have not forgotten about the requests for restoration," it said.
"We are in the process of determining the options for addressing the issues for those players who have been affected."
Where users are having problems they are taking a few forms. Typical ones are repeated cut scenes and dropped sessions. µ
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