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Aug 01, 2016 07:43 AM EDT

‘GTA 5’ News & Update: New Rockstar DLC Will Launch This August On PC, ‘PS4’ and ‘Xbox One’


The new update for "GTA 5" that includes the Stunt Race Creator will be released on the first week of August on "Xbox One," PC and "PlayStation 4" (PS4). And the update will be followed by new content.

A new Bike-themed Downloadable content (DLC) will be released in August, which include a number of freemode events and will add a sixth property option for the Grand Theft Auto (GTA) Online fans.

Data miners were paying particular attention on a mix of new script added to the video game series, that appears to point at a new way to update vehicles from a special garage. New evidence has also been discovered for fresh vehicles, while at least four new freemode events are geared up to arrive in a GTA 5 update at a later date, according to Express.

There has also been the available facts found for the brand new vehicle reveals for the recent Cunning Stunts content. But, it is not clear what the new ride will look like, it could end up being a slice of the weekly launches that Rockstar Games has favored in recent months.

However, the video game series is without any doubts one of the most successful game franchises. The enthusiasts of GTA are now waiting for the upcoming "GTA 6," a game that the studio didn't confirm yet. But, even if Rockstar Games is silent about the upcoming franchise, that didn't hold up rumors about this title that's been hitting the internet.

The latest reports that appeared on the internet claimed that the upcoming franchise will actually have a vintage theme. Which means the video game will be set in the past and if this assertion will result to be correct, it will be the first video game of the franchise that will hold closely with a vintage theme, as all the previous franchise titles were set in present times, Neuro Gadget reported.

Watch The Video For Cunning Stunts Races Here:

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