GTA 5 Latest Massive DLC Update

The great thing about Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA V) is that the company in charge, Rockstar, has continued to support the game with new spices to keep players wanting more. Though GTA V was released almost two years back, Rockstar introduced a new DLC which it calls “Executives and Other Criminals”.

The company looked much busy at that time with their free release of GTA Online mode. Many of the players received notification for the new update, and some of them were found posting on Instagram about it. While looking back to November 2013, Rockstar surprised her audience with a possibility that the company was coming up with a story DLC along with other big plans for 2014. In fact, the company asked the players to look for more additions in GTA Online and GTA 5 by April, 2014. This hinted towards an exciting Story Mode DLC.

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What is cooking at the moment is that Rockstar is aiming at dedicate more time to its recently added Lowrider DLC. They are aiming to add more DLC to the already existing gameplay. The new DLC will feature new vehicles and armor.

If the rumor going rounds is anything to go by, the new contents should be up for download by February 9. Considering that the feast of Valentine (14th) is a few days afterwards, it appears the developers are throwing in an Adversary mode for the weekend event.

The two new weapons you should look our for in the online play are the compact rifle and the double barrel shotgun. Many new vehicles have also appeared in Los Santos but unfortunately, not all players are financially buoyant to purchase them as customizables. Expect some armored exotic vehicles and big yachts.

The craziest part of the new DLC is that players who can afford it can hire other players to protect them. Is that not cool?

  • Jon

    To this day, I’m still trying to understand what the uproar has been about regarding GTA not having a legitimate single-player mode. What exactly do you call the offline Story Mode option with Michael, Franklin, and Trevor?

    • TG

      Ive never heard anyone say that gta 5 does not have a legitimate single player mode. The issue is we’ve all finished that 2 yrs ago.

      • Jon

        So the argument then is that the Online mode just doesn’t have replay value?

        • balcobomber25

          The argument is that there has been no single player DLC despite being told there were multiple expansions planned. Everything has been focused on Online only.

          • Jon

            These updates that GTA has for its online component happen every so often, and at most they’re what; maybe a few Gigs a piece to download? Just try to comprehend how much of a massive download a new single player campaign would be. As it is, you already get what, a good 30 or 40 hours with the main story campaign, don’t you?

          • balcobomber25

            You mean like the “massive” downloads other games have without issue? Fallout 4 has multiple DLC’s planned, it’s just as big of a game. Just Cause 3 is a bigger game than GTA, it has DLC planned. Stop making excuses for them. 30 to 40 hours for a game that is now over 2 years old is not good.

  • Tony42898

    So because Black Ops III is getting a hotfix later on confirms that GTA V is getting exciting, massive content update?

    I’m sorry, wut?

  • Atypical Fox

    Nice job Jai. Glad to know you were working hard haha.