The success of the GTA 5 Online Casino seems to have encouraged the game’s developers Rockstar Games into expanding the game’s reach. Action is expected both in terms of additional content being loaded as well as making all-new gaming modes available across platforms, PS4, PC and Xbox One.
With every gaming platform open for playing the latest DLCs like the Online Casino, it is expected that the number of people trying their luck at the various stations in the casino will multiply. Rockstar has reportedly lined up a long list of contents it would want to introduce into GTA 5 in the coming days. They will not be introduced all at once, but in a staggered manner to keep the interest among the gaming community alive and burning.
More Missions and New Cars to Buy in-game
Some of the anticipated additions in the GTA 5 game in August and September will include a variety of cars you can buy using the in-game cash. Ocelot Locust, Ocelot Jugular, Western Rampant Rocket, Vysser Neo, Benefactor Krieger, Progen Emerus and Pegassi Zorrusso are all cars Rockstar will lineup in the game to enable you to buy and drive around. The official announcements are usually made by Rockstar via their newswire posts. If you follow them already, you won’t miss any of these new developments.
For the record, the new cars are not the only new additions. There will be new missions added as well as new gaming modes. The Survival Creator, for instance, is one such mode about which some details have been leaked. This lets you set up the scenarios you wish to play the game in. Another mode, the Alien Survival Mode has also been discussed as an additional mode you will get to see in the coming days.
Many of these new contents may not be immediately available on all the gaming platforms. Rockstar may introduce them one by one. As indicated, the developer keeps updating the gamers on what it intends to do through the periodical posts. Keep a lookout.
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