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Post by Eorl @ 02:39pm 29/08/14 | 2 Comments
Rockstar has warned that those playing Grand Theft Auto V's online component on the newer, slimmer PlayStation 3 12GB models will soon have to upgrade their internal hard drive or play offline to ensure appropriate space.

The reason behind this sudden and dramatic change? A new title update, version 1.16, was released on August 19th and it requires more storage space than the 12GB PlayStation 3 can hold. Both GTA Online and GTA V's Story Mode operate from the same install, so players who can't or don't want to upgrade their hard drives will have play without connecting to PlayStation Network.

"If not enough space is available on the system, hardware limitations will prevent players from accessing GTA Online," reads a note on the support page. "GTAV Story Mode will still be accessible by playing the game without being connected to PlayStation Network, and proceeding without additional updates."



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midunno
Posted 04:42am 30/8/14
This games going to be 75 gig download isnt it
EdG
Posted 10:49pm 31/8/14
save yourselves - just buy a PC instead. your children will thank you for it as will you brain and soul haha. i can't believe consoles - i dig the idea of standing with a controller playing on a big tv - but i can do that on a PC, and have incredible access to all sorts of games and mods and play around with things such as UDK and unity and autodesk and also not be confined to whatever bulls*** is fed to me by the registrat of official endorced content at microsoft or sony. f*** that. i can't wait for this to come to PC! woohoo
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