A software update is now available for GTA V that corrects several issues with single player mode and online play.
The update, known as the 1.11 patch, stops players from bringing cars acquired from the single-player campaign to the multiplayer arena. The nitro boost exploit also has been removed from the title.
The patch fixed several issues that plagued players as they were unable to claim cars from the impound lot and it also corrected the problem of the Titan vehicle exploding in the impound lot. New tire smoke colors were added and there is now reinstated support for the Beater Albany Emperor, Bravado Bison, Bravado Rumpo, Canis Seminole Karin Rebel and Vapid Speedo in the personal garages of Online players.
A full list of changes can be found here.
Rockstar also rolled out the Business DLC on Tuesday that gives players access to new goodies in the clothing store such as slacks, suit jackets, blouses and heels. Barbershops will be able to give different types of haircuts to go along with these new outfits. Those looking to keep it "street" will have the option to get new money-themed tattoos or masks.
Players holding a good amount of cash can put it to good use as they will have the option to purchase new vehicles including sports such as the Albany Alpha, Dinka Jester and Grotti Turismo R. The Vestra plane will also be available.
New weapons such as The Heavy Pistol and Special Carbine also made their way into the game with the DLC. No prices for them were announced. GTA Online players will have to purchase these items, and those in Story Mode will find them added to their inventory automatically with two bonus clips for each weapon.
This is the second DLC to drop for GTA Online recently as the Valentine's Day Massacre one was released just a few weeks back. Items included in that update were made unavailable as of March 2.