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‘GTA 5’ Beach Bum DLC release date update coming next week, says Rockstar

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Rockstar Games shared new information concerning the release date for the Beach Bum DLC of PS3 and Xbox 360 title, Grand Theft Auto V. While answering questions on the Rockstar Newswire website on Nov. 9, a fan asked the publisher when the Beach Bum DLC would be released for the multiplayer portion of GTA 5 known as Grand Theft Auto Online.

With this type of question being a hot topic among GTA V players, a staff member of the Rockstar Newswire team responded and shared that the team is working on releasing the Beach Bum DLC as soon as possible. In fact, the company expects to have an update on the release date by next week. Find the complete statement from the Rockstar Games staff below:

We're working on bringing the Beach Bum update to everyone asap and should have an update on timing next week.

The Beach Bum downloadable content, which will be available for free, features several new outfits, vehicles and weapons for GTA Online. It was originally planned to be released within the first few weeks following the launch of GTA Online, which went live on Oct. 1. Rockstar North chose to delay the release as they felt they needed extra time to fix the networking and saving issues that plagued the online game for several weeks.

Grand Theft Auto V is currently available for PS3 and Xbox 360.


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