Everything GTA 5 players don’t like about GTA Online.
Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto 5 wrapped up its epic tale of crime, betrayal and friendship when it launched in 2013. However, the open world action title continues to thrive in sales charts. This is due to Grand Theft Auto Online, its multiplayer component which attracts millions of players worldwide. With so many content updates, long-standing issues and quirks, it’s a given that hardcore players would find something to dislike about GTA Online (even if it is pretty good overall). So let’s take a look at those things below.
Desyncing is one of those things you don’t notice in an online game, especially one with a persistent world like this, until it actually happens. In GTA Online, this could mean people are in front of you while you shoot them but the servers think they’re somewhere else. This can result in bodies seemingly glitching in front of you, shots not registering, cars suddenly vanishing, etc. It’s especially fun during Heists. Trust us.