GTA Online Update February 2021 - What is in GTA 5 Update 1.36?

Here are all the details on the GTA Patch 1.36.

Grand Theft Auto 5 is one of the top-selling games of all time. Despite being almost eight years old, the game continues to sell astonishingly well and developers Rockstar Games continue to update the title. While players are usually used to a weekly update every week within the game, Rockstar has dropped an extra one this week. Here are all the details about the GTA Online Update in February 2021 and what it fixes.

GTA Online Update February 2021

Unfortunately for players, Grand Theft Auto 5’s latest update doesn’t add anything exciting to the game. That means no new cars, bikes, guns, missions or any of that good stuff. Instead, what it does, is fix a handful of bugs that had surfaced within the game. This patch fixes issues with a variety of aspects of the game including the Ocelot Pariah and the Cayo Perico Heist.

GTA Online Update February 2021 – Full Patch Notes

Rockstar has released a full set of patch notes for the latest GTA Online update, 1.36. They can be found below:

  • Fixed an issue that resulted in spoiler mods not appearing after purchase on the Ocelot Pariah
  • Fixed an issue that resulted in incorrect button prompts in the Japanese SKU when opening the safe on the Cayo Perico Heist finale
  • Miscellaneous stability fixes

Grand Theft Auto Current Rumours

With Grand Theft Auto being one of the most popular game series ever, there are always rumours about the next title. Last year in August, it was found that Rockstar had registered a domain for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Online. This lead players to believe that an online version of the PS2 hit may be inbound.

There have also been plenty of rumours about a potential Grand Theft Auto 6. Last May, there were rumours that suggested the game would be hitting shelves in 2023 or 2024, something which Rockstar later denied. More recently, reports came out about a patent that Rockstar had filed, pertaining to specific functionality for the AI within their games. Something which again was linked to a potential Grand Theft Auto 6.

Sam Woods

Sam is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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