Rockstar Games released a brand new GTA 5 update on PC. This update does not change much, except for the game’s executable file, which was recently proved to have grown in size. While the official patch notes are missing, the update shared the same build code as the one installed before.
GTA 5’s latest October 25 PC update is 300 MB in size. Other details remain scarce, and the only thing we know is connected to the executable files, again. Over on Twitter, Tez2 has already stated that the update might not be of vast importance and may only tinker the executables.
[October 25, 2022] – General / Miscellaneous – PC
General fixes for stability and security
Shortly after the update took place, TheIvaneh posted a tweet showcasing the file size of GTA5’s executable.
— TheIvaneh (@TheIvaneh) October 25, 2022
There has been another hint by Tez2.
Latest #GTAV PC Patch unifies all versions (Epic Games, RGL, Steam).
Patch is built off "QAstu" branch which we now know as "Sub Title Update" branch.
A "sub" version was likely needed to not interfere with the new PC build meant for the December update containing E&E content.
— Tez2 (@TezFunz2) October 25, 2022
As uncertainty grows, we can only confirm that we’ll update this article as soon as something new comes out.
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