Rockstar has told Grand Theft Auto V players that their GTA Online cash boost has been a little delayed.
The developer last week said that all players of the game will see their GTA Online character credited with $500,000 of in-game currency to make up for the technical woes that plagued the game’s launch.
This is being split into two $250,000 payments, the first of which was at one stage said to be arriving this week.
That however is no longer the case.
"We hope to have an update for you on that very soon," the company said in the comments thread on its website, as spotted by OXM. "As others have mentioned here, we of course want to make sure player progress loss issues are addressed before providing everyone with their $500K. Thanks for your patience and please stay tuned."
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