The multiplayer option for Grand Theft Auto V was finally launched today, and it seems that users can expect a few server issues when experiencing the online version of the game.

"We are working around the clock to buy and add more servers, but this increased scale is only going to make the first few days even more temperamental than such things usually are," said a company spokesperson, while Rockstar Games warned the players on "crashes, glitches, crazy bugs, gameplay modes and mechanics that need re-balancing and other surprises!"

Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 users will be able to play the online version for free, and an update is also being released today so both the consoles can support the game; still, a reasonable number of players are complaining about slow loading times on Twitter, although Rockstar Games sees it like an opportunity to fix the bugs and glitches before reaching a larger audience. [via The Verge]

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