Rockstar has taken note of this situation and issued a statement to PC player, confirming that t0st’s conclusions were correct. In addition, he has stated that he will release an update that will incorporate his solution to improve GTA Online load times on PC.
“After further investigation, we can confirm that the player did not in fact reveal an aspect of the game code related to the load times of the PC version of GTA Online that could be improved,” the company said in a statement. . “As a result of these surveys, we’ve made some changes that will be implemented in a future title update.”Rockstar has not shared when the patch will be available, or if fans can expect a 70% reduction in load times, but did share that he had been in contact with t0st and the company did. had thanked for his efforts.
T0st shared that Rockstar awarded them $ 10,000 as part of its Bug Bounty program. This is an even more impressive result as this service from Rockstar is generally aimed at those who discover a privacy security issue in the company’s online games. This was a special case, and Rockstar made “an exception” to honor t0st’s work.
IGN has reached out to Rockstar for comment.
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