GTA V Online Title Update 1.10 is Out, Don’t Kill Passive Players

The GTA V Valentine’s Day Massacre DLC is not the only thing that Rockstar has been working on. GTA V Online Title Update 1.10 is now out and makes one long list of changes in the game.

Some of the highlights include a feature that will let you buy and keep the Rat Loader vehicle in your garages – free of charge. A new email function will now be accessible through the character’s phone as well.

We have seen that a lot of people go out killing whoever they meet out on the streets, Rockstar wants to add a deterrent to that; if you kill a player who is in the Passive Mode, you will have to pay his hospital bills – boohoo!

The complete patch notes are pretty lengthy but we have listed the key changes that the GTA V Title Update 1.10 brings:

  • The Rat Loader is now available again in GTA Online. Please see for your vehicular needs. This vehicle and all of its mods are free until the following Title Update.
  • A player who kills a passive player must now pay their hospital bills
  • The Mechanic has now been removed when delivering a Personal Vehicle. The vehicle is now created nearby instead.
  • Added a new option to the Interaction Menu that lowers the attack priority against Friends.
  • Solo players in Races now earn GTA$.
  • Fix for incorrect time display on the Bad Sport pool timer
  • Fix for several exploits that allowed duplication of vehicles
  • Fix for several exploits that allowed too much RP during missions
  • Fix for issues with Cornrows haircut
  • Fix for issue causing characters to become bald after using a mask
  • Fix for Story Mode issue where all shops could remain closed with their blips missing
  • A new “Blow Kiss” Celebration has been added. Show some love.
  • Various bug fixes

Check out the complete patch notes for GTA V Online Title Update 1.10 on the Rockstar Games’ website and let us know which of the changes you’re more excited about.

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