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‘GTA Online’ DLC, heists, and creator tool updates posted by ‘GTA 5’ publisher

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New “GTA Online” DLC details, including the cooperative heists, are expected to be announced soon for Rockstar Games. According to a report from Worth Playing on Feb. 13, the publisher is planning to reveal more content updates for the multiplayer mode of “GTA 5” in the near future.

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Along with the aforesaid cooperative heists, a new Dangerous Business DLC Pack will also be added to “GTA Online.” Finally, the creator tool, which came with a recent patch, is going to be expanded. You can take a look at some screens from the “Grand Theft Auto 5” video game in the slideshow located to the left side of this article and the statement from Rockstar Games below:

We will also have more information soon for other forthcoming GTA Online content updates including the Dangerous Business Pack, Online Heists, an expansion to the Creator tool and lots more.

The publisher stated previously that new DLC packs are being planned for the campaign and “GTA Online” modes. Although some of the updates will be free, others may require a fee.

Cooperative heists were originally scheduled to be made available shortly after the launch of “GTA Online.” However, Rockstar North ran into numerous issues with the multiplayer component of “GTA 5” as players couldn’t connect to the servers and were losing progress. The mode has also been plagued by numerous hacks and exploits.

“Grand Theft Auto 5” has sold 32.5 million copies across the globe for the PS3 and Xbox 360 since it came out on the two platforms in 2013.


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