GTA 5 Online Update: Rockstar Games To Roll Out New Update For PS4, Xbox One & PC [VIDEO]; When Is It Arriving?

Amidst reports about Rockstar Games shipping 70 million copies of “GTA 5,” and recently surfaced earning reports that hint at an unrelenting increase in player numbers, it seems safe to hazard a guess that the title’s fanbase is unlikely to decline at least for the next few years. Nevertheless, this doesn’t make the game publisher’s work any less laborious.

In order to retain its leading position in the RPG segment, Rockstar Games ensures it never runs out of ideas for new content for “GTA 5 Online”. So much so that some avid gamers have attributed the delayed release for the highly anticipated “Red Dead Redemption 2” and “GTA 6” to the studio’s bias inclination on the online multiplayer mode for “GTA 5.”

However, this is understandable considering it is the money spinner for the company. The U.S. based game publisher plans to keep the ball rolling for “GTA” at least until the next three-year, although, ideally it would prefer to keep it profitable beyond the bounds.

In the event that “Red Dead Redemption 2″ doesn’t garner the same level of fandom as “GTA 5 Online”, Rockstar Games will be counting on the success of the online version of “GTA 5” until 2023. Moreover, despite the hype surrounding “Red Dead Redemption 2,” the chances of it reaching the same level of popularity among the gaming community are quite slim, according to GTA 5 Cheats.

Meanwhile, there’s hearsay that a crucial update for “GTA 5 Online” on PS4, Xbox One, and PC platforms could be in the offing. The new update is said to be rolled out just ahead of the final DLC content release from 2016.

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The rumor stems from various reports indicating that Rockstar Games have tweaked the background scripts to the hit online multiplayer video game. As a result, several players were booted from the game and were notified that a critical update would need to be carried out.

The new changes were made just days before the release of the concluding part of the “GTA 5 Online” Import/Export DLC, which is slated to be available in next few weeks, Express reported.

The studio is reportedly working on an array of brand new vehicles that will eventually be added to the game ending with the Dewbauchee Specter and Custom variant. A new Adversary Mode dubbed, Pointless is likely to come along with it.

In the game, the players have to accumulate as many points as possible in order to have a chance of winning. Although details are scarce, Rockstar Games is likely to break its silence about the aforesaid vehicle in the coming weeks.

Stay tuned in here for more updates. Meanwhile, check out the video footage below for more details about “GTA 5 Online’s” next DLC below!