If you’re a hardcore fan of GTA V, surely you know the map for Los Santos like the back of your hand. Nobody would say that the playground for the latest Grand Theft Auto title doesn’t offer a load of fun, but you always want more when it comes to gaming.
GTA 5 has a huge and diversified map where you can encounter pretty much everything: mountains, hills, forests, beachside, islands, airports, trains, subways, entertainment locations, lots of cars, people of all types, and so on. But Rockstar announced that it’s preparing a new location for the online mode of GTA 5 (aka GTA Online), and the fans didn’t hesitate to compete against each other in speculations.
The update arrives this summer
Rockstar was crystal clear on this one, without leaving any room for interpretation. The company said that a summer update for GTA Online is on its way, and it will bring new and diversified content. Rockstar further added:
Later this year players can expect more big updates for both games, including some exciting new extensions and augmentations to an existing role in Red Dead Online, and the biggest ever update for GTA Online, featuring our latest take on Heists in an entirely new location.
There you have it! In the absence of any word regarding the highly-anticipated GTA 6, Rockstar continues to offer GTA Online a lot of love. We shouldn’t be stunned at all, as the 2013 game receives updates every week. The GTA V fans will have yet another reason to be happy soon: the developers are also preparing an enhanced version for the game so that it will take full advantage of the advanced hardware of the upcoming next-generation console PlayStation 5.
For the moment, Grand Theft Auto 5 is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows PC.
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