Rockstar, the developer for popular GTA V’s online version, has stopped in-game cash as users continue to suffer due to server and other issues while accessing their favorite game title. Ever since the launch, users have suffered issues in GTA V online version and the developer Rockstar has been apologizing for the glitches that users are coming across.

GTA V Online In-Game Payments Suspended

Rockstar claims to have fixed the issues partly

Rockstar is claiming to have fixed the PlayStation Network server issue, restricting the number of users able to play the game simultaneously.

However, still there are some issues unresolved due to which Rockstar has suspended all the micro transactions that the users were making to get GTA $ in the game.

“For the time being and until we have been able to get everybody access to GTA Online and things are running smoothly, we have disabled the option of purchasable GTA$ cash packs,” a statement on the firm’s support site said. However, players can access the GTA $ by pulling off jobs and other gameplay activities instead of purchasing cash packs.

Users complaining

Some users reported that they could access the online platform, but others kept on complaining about the issues they are facing. Players also said that though they could pass through the introduction before the actual game, but then the game disconnected, timed out or stopped working.

Rockstar have sold approximately 15 million copies so far, and players said that Rockstar should have geared up better after selling 25 million copies of the previous games GTA IV.

Updates from Rockstar

Rockstar updated on its website that there was some issue related to GTA online services that are impacting the players who have crossed the tutorial mission. Further, the update noted that Rockstar is looking into the issue and trying to resolve it as soon as possible.

Prior to this update, Rockstar said that heavy user traffic was the reason for issues arising in an online version and vowed to be working around the clock to add more servers.

Rockstar, in previous updates, said that it has identified nine issues and is looking into them. Some of the issues Rockstar mentioned were; Occasional “Rockstar Cloud Servers Unavailable” error message, Game stops unexpectedly while loading into first race in GTAO with “waiting for other players” on the screen, Recurrent messages like “Failed to Host a GTA Online Session”, Other error messages like “Timed out when matchmaking for a compatible GTA Online Session to join”, Server related issues, unexpected disconnect, various other error message and cloud server errors.