'Grand Theft Auto V’ Latest News & Update: Bikers Update Pack Loaded to Online GTA, Single-Player DLC a No Show
"Grand Theft Auto 5" reaped mixed reviews with its new update pack released on Tuesday, Oct 04. This update wrapped the underground MC Clubhouse bikers in a decent storyline box then laced with eye candies to make the speedy pack cool.
Some gamers are happy with this noisy motorcycle club posing as derelicts of Los Santos and Blaine County. Others however, laments weak plot behind these tire-burners. At any rate, GameNGuide heard no complaints about bugs nor graphics problems though. So in general, "Grand Theft Auto 5" biker update is still a worthy piece.
Single-players might not relate to this update because solo option is still under consideration. What seems to be the ethos of "Grand Theft Auto 5" biker update is to promote co-op gameplay via online mode. To make this work out, the gamer needs to collect 7 trusty fellows who are willing to form a pack. They will comprise an organized group with proper hierarchy from president to prospects, Mobile & Apps said.
Of course, the president serves as alpha of "Grand Theft Auto 5" bike gang while prospects are henchmen. These prospects can climb the hierarchy by supporting the president's caprice. To make things easier, a gang mechanic provides improvements. And to make everything fit together, the storyline is complete with new get ups, gears and cool rides.
Oh, it was mentioned that single-players need not fret, right? "Grand Theft Auto 5" De Santa creator Ned Luke admits that many are craving for solo play DLC. What could be a final push for the idea is when fans share their ideas to make Rockstar consider the option. According to VG247, Luke assured that GTA 5 team is working round the clock for new contents so anything is possible.
Now to wrap things up, "Grand Theft Auto 5" biker update presents a new twist in the franchise. Honestly, it can be said that this update has the potential to become a standalone full game if not incorporated in GTA 5.