GTA Online: Monitor server status & maintenance

If it’s because of an issue or the latest update or fix, you might encounter difficulties starting GTA Online at some time, on PC or Xbox One/PlayStation 4, or the 5 series. This is why we will give you a step-by-step guide on the steps to determine whether GTA Online servers are under maintenance (down) or if the issue is in your.

GTA Online maintenance Down, online or servers down?

A lot of times, GTA Online servers are down as an update gets closer and the patch is put in place. To ensure that this doesn’t affect gamers too much, Rockstar tries to limit the number of times it’s more time-consuming than you’d expect. There is also the possibility there is a chance that servers are not functioning properly with no maintenance taking place due to various issues. If you’re experiencing difficulties connecting to GTA Online Here are some suggestions to help you in keeping track of the state for GTA Online server.

As with many games on the internet developers, they notify their players on social media prior to when the release of an update. You can visit the Rockstar’s support Twitter page to check the status of maintenance or if it is being declared. The other option is to visit the downdetector web site that will tell you whether or it is the servers are operating currently or not.


If the servers are running but you’re not being able to connect to the game or encounter issues while playing, it could be due to you. This is why we offer a few recommendations to help you fix it.

  • Start your game If you haven’t tried, you can simply attempt to start over GTA Online.
  • Make sure the game is up-to date In rare instances the game might not be up-to-date.
  • Restart your console or PC If, despite all this however, you are unable to play a game, don’t hesitate to reboot your console or your computer.
  • Start your router The final option is to reboot your internet router. In some instances restarting the router may be enough to be able to join an online gaming.

If, regardless of all efforts, you feel uncomfortable Do not be afraid to call the support department of Rockstar who can assist you.

About John Gurney

John is a senior Android developer who loves video games - especially Grand Theft Auto V. He is a fan of porting games to other platforms and is involved in the GTA 5 Mobile project. He likes motorbikes, fishing and taking long walks in the woods.

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