‘Grand Theft Auto 5’ & ‘GTA 6’ Latest News & Update: Christmas Update, ‘GTA Online DLC,’ New Cars & Advanced Crime

By Ritwik Roy , Updated Dec 12, 2016 09:49 AM EST

Rockstar Games is all set to launch a brand new "Grand Theft Auto 5" DLC later this week and GTA Online player are going crazy. The "Import/Export" expansion of GTA 5 Online could be released on Dec. 13. New GTA Online updates are mostly released on Tuesdays by Rockstar Games. Moreover, a double RP GTA Online this weekend will allow players enjoy extra in-game cash that they can spend on building criminal empires.

The "Grand Theft Auto 5" DLC "Import/Export DLC" will introduce a new range of criminal activities and will build on the supply chain of Further Adventures of Finance and Felony. Players will be able to make the most money by reselling boosted and modified vehicles. The "GTA Online: Import/Export" will allow players to get into the highly-lucrative and "specialized field of high-volume exotic car theft."

This will take tremendous coordination, talent and tactical use of new Special Vehicles to stay ahead of the cops and also to challenge rivals from the city and countryside. The "Grand Theft Auto 5" players will get access to expansions to the special vehicles and executive office buildings in addition to new vehicle warehouses. The new "GTA Online DLC" is said to be launching 25 vehicles, many of them modifications of existing "GTA 5" cars, writes Express.

As a part of the "GTA 5 Import/Export" update, Christmas masks and clothing are also coming for players to enjoy. However, the "Grand Theft Auto 5" update is won't be launching any new weapons. The "GTA 5 Import/Export" DLC alongside the festive content for Christmas event.

Meanwhile, speculations surrounding "GTA 6" are also gaining steam. Many believe that the game will have a London location as it a perfect location for stolen cars, drugs and other such crimes. Stay tuned on GameNGuide for more updates on "Grand Theft Auto 5" and "GTA6."

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