GTA 5 production partially halted after Rockstar removed content from GTA Online

An achievement in Grand Theft Auto V and its 360 version was partially discontinued after Rockstar removed content from the game’s online mode, GTA Online.

Back in July, Rockstar announced it would start removing individual jobs, which include races, missions and opponent modes, from GTA Online “to make room for other updates.” Although content has been slowly removed from the game over the past couple of months, no success has been affected until recently.

Numero Uno success demands that you take the top spot in all types of competitive games. This includes both parachute matches / races and sea races. Unfortunately, it appears that Rockstar has removed both the skydiving element and sea races from GTA Online, which in part halted the making of Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto V (Xbox 360). Fortunately, it appears that there is a workaround for sea races – sea races created by players can be added to a playlist from the GTA 5 website. Unfortunately, one cannot do so. the same goes for skydiving. The changes mean that if you want to unlock the Numero Uno achievement, you will need to have already achieved a parachute victory.

It’s not all pessimistic, however. Rockstar said the jobs will “flow back in time” so we may see the return of parachute racing soon. Hopefully he will return before GTA 5’s Xbox 360 servers shut down on December 16.

We will keep you posted if we hear of any return parachute races.

In other GTA 5 news, the Xbox Series X | S version of GTA 5 has been postponed until March 2022.