Trailer for upcoming GTA 5 Online DLC released
GTA 5 is one of the most popular games out there, a fact confirmed by the large number of gamers playing it daily. While GTA 5’s Story mode doesn’t receive new DLCs, but when it comes to the GTA Online, Rockstar certainly spoils players with new content often.
GTA V’s new DLC is called “Further Adventures in Finance and Felony” and will be released next week on June 7, 2016, for Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC.
However, before we’ll tell you more about this upcoming DLC, take a look at its official trailer:
According to Rockstar, in the upcoming “Further Adventures in Finance and Felony” DLC, GTA 5 players will be able to rise to the top of their own corporate criminal enterprise. They’ll be able to sell, buy, and move contraband material across the city of Los Santos. However, the authorities will not sleep and will chase you down along with other rival CEOs.
We are pretty sure this new DLC will bring back the many players who left GTA 5 because they got bored of it. Hopefully, Rockstar will bring more interesting DLCs in the near future, as the game has started to lose players and according to rumors, it will take a few years before the GTA 6 will be released, rumored sometime between 2018 and 2020.
Are you playing GTA 5 Online with your friends? What is your favorite mission in the GTA 5 Online? What do you think is missing from the game?
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