'GTA 5 Online' Latest News & DLC Update: Import/Export Involves Stealing Cars, Unlimited Car Storage, And More!

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Dec 05, 2016 11:44 AM EST

The next update for the multiplayer mode of "GTA 5" called Import/Export has been announced by Rockstar Games. The concept of the newest expansion involves theft of high volume exotic cars.

The Import/Export is next to "GTA" Online's Further Adventures in Finance and Felony update which provides for a whole new series of criminal pursuit. The latter update allowed players to become CEOs and to run organizations. On the other hand, the former update allows players to get, customize and offer for sale some of the exotic cars of "GTA" to obtain higher profits.

Rockstar said that in order to get the job done, players are required to have coordination, talent and the practical use of new exotic vehicles. These attributes are needed while players step ahead of the police as well as rival challengers.

However, Rockstar did not give more details about the Import/Export because it is still saving them for later. But, it said that the new exotic vehicles could deliver a special breed of vehicular mayhem and destruction. There are already a lot of havoc with thing that are caused by "GTA 5 Online" like tanks and helicopters that is why according to Gamespot, it sounds like the Import/Export will get even crazier.

New warehouses will also be added on "GTA 5" Import/Export update. These warehouses are made for car storage and players could have the option to modify or repair the cars. The new car storage looks like an executive garage that could keep up to 60 vehicles. The new warehouse is an unlimited storage given the reselling capabilities of the players. The facility could also conceal vehicles that are products of theft and could modify them before they are sold.

There is still no specific date as to "GTA 5" Import/Export update, but it is said that it will be slated this month on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.


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