GTA 5 Has a 1GB Day One Patch, Size Revealed

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Earlier we reported that the next-gen versions of GTA 5 would be having a day 1 patch but we now have the size of the said patch. Prepare to download around 1.14GB if you want to play GTA Online, although you will be able to play the single-player if you put your PS4 or Xbox One offline.

The game comes out today on the next-gen consoles and on January 27th on the PC. Recently, AC Unity had a 1GB patch too but that game was riddled with issues which isn’t the case with GTA 5.

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    The rain
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    and jogged home. As I approached my house, I saw Mr. Bailey on his
    porch, reading an old looking book. He only had his blue sweater and
    cargo pants; his everyday attire. I said hi to him, he looked up and
    smiled for a bit before saying ‘hello’. That was the extent of our

    I unlocked my door and stepped in, greeting by a terrible smell
    clogging my nose. It’s been really bothering me for the past few days,
    but I usually get used to it after a few minutes. Covering my nose, I
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