The first patch for the PC version of GTA 5, released on April 17. Must be downloaded automatically by the GTA 5 launcher, but if automatic download does not happen, then you can download this version and install it manually.
The official list of changes to the first patch:
- Fixed an issue in which the GTA 5 launcher consumed a high percentage of CPU and in some cases crashed
- Fixed a problem with the performance drop when clicking on the left mouse button while driving
- Added a grid to the mini-game "Golf"
- Fixed a problem in which the eyebrows or other facial features of the character could be arbitrarily modified when transferred to PC
- Fixed a problem where some players were asked to transfer their character to GTA Online during the already running transfer process
- Uploading videos to YouTube from Rockstar Editor
Now correctly reproduced after losing connection to the Internet during the previous download attempt
- The projects containing deleted clips are now correctly loaded into the Rockstar Editor with the appropriate warning
- Fixed a problem in which it was impossible to capture birds using the Rockstar Editor
- Fixed an issue where certain characters in the name of Windows user names caused a crash in the launcher's work and led to other errors
- Fixed an issue in which players with one garage could not replace a vehicle stored in the garage if the garage was full and a new vehicle was purchased through the in-game website
- Other adjustments for future support of iFrut
- Smoke Crew Tire Smoke can no longer be purchased by a player if it is not in any team