‘Grand Theft Auto 5 Online‘ Latest News & Update: Mystery December DLC Includes Business Angle, New Reward Vehicle? Details Here!

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 27, 2016 09:43 PM EST

December is just a couple of days off and most are now eager to see what Rockstar Games’ mystery DLC for “Grand Theft Auto 5 Online” will be. With gamers hoping to get some Yuletide love, the unnamed add-on continues to keep players guessing and at bay.

As mentioned in a previous post, it has been two months since the Bikers DLC came out for “Grand Theft Auto Online” and now most want to know how Rockstar plans to surprise most for the Holidays. Little has been known as of this writing though most are expectedly hoping for something big.

Some breadcrumbs have been plucked out from their last report in September by Neurogadget. That includes possibly seeing a new high-risk reward vehicle and the potential addition of an import/export business. If so, these two could be new features to look forward to for “Grand Theft Auto 5 Online”.

If ever this suggestion holds true, “Grand Theft Auto 5 Online” players looking for something new to do during the Holidays will be a nifty gift. The focus of Rockstar Games right now seems to be the addition of content for “GTA 5” with “Grand Theft Auto 6” still long off.

Aside from that, Rockstar Games has a habit of releasing new content and surprising “Grand Theft Auto 5 Online “ players when they least expect it. Proof of this is the “I’m Not A Hipster” update which they did back in January 2016.

Also, Rockstar Games has been notorious for releasing major DLCs every December, something that most are hoping will happen again next month. The QA beta files are still constantly updated with the last one seen as the qabeta2.

Could there be a “Grand Theft Auto 5 Online” coming out this month? If there is, here is hoping more leaks or screenshots are rendered to truly deliver a very Merry Christmas to the GTA community.

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