Grand Theft Auto V Soundtrack Hits iTunes; Rockstar Warns Players Of Garage Glitch


Grand Theft Auto V Soundtrack Hits iTunes; Rockstar Warns Players Of Garage Glitch

Grand Theft Auto V hit retail and digital outlets early last week with the power of a storm surge. The fifth numerical entry in Rockstar’s blockbuster franchise smashed records left, right and center and to commemorate the success, the studio is releasing the game’s soundtrack through iTunes. The three-disc compilation, entitled ‘The Music of Grand Theft Auto V’, is priced at $24.99/£17.99 and contains 59 fully licensed songs from the in-game music.

The set can also be purchased in three distinct sections for $9.99/£7.99. While the second volume encompasses the game’s dynamic score – composed by German electronic music group, Tangerine Dream – the first and third contain an assortment from Grand Theft Auto V’s satirical biting radio stations. Alternatively, much like other music tracks on Apple’s digital service, though, each song can be purchased individually for 99 cents.

Rockstar’s latest entry into the series follows the criminal trifecta of Michael, Trevor and Franklin set in the expansive San Andreas. However, since release, users have encountered a bug that causes cars parked in a safe house garage to disappear sporadically. In response to this automobile ‘theft’, the studio took to a support forum to clarify that they’re looking into the glitch.

“Unfortunately, we do not currently have a workaround to recover a car if it is missing. In the meantime, please try to avoid parking a car in a garage, driving one already in a garage, or getting in a default vehicle, when playing as a character other than the one with your upgrades.”

Rockstar went on to explain that an AWOL customised car could wind up in a police impound, which requires players to pay a fee to retrieve their ride of choice. Ultimately, it seems car theft is a problem for developers as well as residents of Los Santos. Nevertheless, expect a patch in the near future to correct this bug.

Grand Theft Auto V, which accumulated a staggering $800 million in its first twenty four hours, has become a sales behemoth since its release. Tell us, have you encountered the aforementioned garage glitch? Indeed do you plan to pick up the game’s soundtrack? Be sure to check out our glowing review and to drop your thoughts in the comments.

Source: CVG

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