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‘GTA Online’ High Life Update DLC apartments and more clarified for ‘GTA 5’

‘GTA Online’ High Life Update DLC
‘GTA Online’ High Life Update DLC
Photo courtesy of Rockstar Games, used with permission

Rockstar Games clarified some details regarding the upcoming “GTA Online” High Life Update DLC. According to a report from Cinema Blend on April 25, the publisher explained how the new apartments will be implemented with the upcoming multiplayer expansion for “GTA 5.” The High Life Update DLC was announced earlier this month as part of the several updates being planned.

The apartments being added with the expansion will be completely new. A representative from Rockstar Games told fans through Reddit that the new properties are also going to feature interiors in the multiplayer mode for “GTA 5.” However, the individual did not further elaborate in hopes of not spoiling the surprises although he hinted that fans should stay tuned more details in the future.

Players can also own two properties at the same time with the upcoming “GTA Online” High Life Update. The company clarified that players could store cars using the two garages as well. They could simply drive one car from one location to the next. The order of the cars stored on the second garage depends on when the vehicle was added.

Along with apartments, the upcoming DLC pack also adds the Dinka Thrust motorcycle in addition to three cars. You can check out a few of the upcoming vehicles from the official Rockstar Games Twitter page with the screen embedded to the top side of this article. Furthermore, the same expansion comes with the Bullpup Rifle, new wardrobe options and a new statistics called Mental State, which determines how active or passive a particular player is while participating in “GTA Online” matches.

A release date for the High Life Update in “GTA 5” has not yet been announced by Rockstar Games. However, the expansion should be arriving before the end of this spring season. At around the same time, the publisher is also planning to release cooperative heists, which were originally scheduled to come out at around the launch of “GTA Online.”

The new updates should bring more players into the multiplayer mode of “GTA 5.” Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of Rockstar Games, recently reported significant increase in digital sales due largely in part to the cash cards in “GTA Online.” The revenue for the software product should get another big boost with the rumored ports of “GTA 5” on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The new versions of the video game have been listed by a few retailers with release dates that could be set as early as this June in Europe and North America.