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‘GTA Online’ Expansion Rumor: ‘Grand Theft Auto’ DLC Will Refocus Game In Stealing Cars Once Again? [VIDEO]

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"GTA Online" is expected to bring a lot of new and exotic vehicles. Players will once again focus their effort in stealing autos that will require some serious planning.

"GTA Online" Import/Export Feature Update

"Grand Theft Auto" or "GTA Online" is updating the game's Import/Export feature in order to refocus players in stealing and moving high end, exotic and expensive vehicles. Criminal CEOs can expand to this lucrative business by using special vehicles that will be included in the upcoming DLC, according to Rockstar Games. "GTA Online" players should take note that "liberating" the items will need some serious planning and strategy. CEOs should also be wary of the competition and make sure that the police are kept at bay.

Construct New Vehicle Garage and Warehouse

New Auto Warehouse in "GTA Online" will be needed in order to house your new "acquisitions." "GTA Online" developer Rockstar Games advised to construct at least three showroom floors in order to accommodate the numerous new sweet rides and the "potential clients" who wants to take home a car or two.

No DLC for "GTA" Single Player Mode?

The upcoming expansion content for the "GTA Online" seems to confirm rumors that Rockstar Games is currently concentrating in providing more contents to the online game. A number of "GTA" players, however, are still hoping that the developer will provide story contents to the "GTA V" single player campaign.

"GTA V" New Map Rumors

There have been rumors that "GTA Online" will periodically receive new maps within five years or more. The map updates may include San Fiero which is the game's version of San Franciso, Las Venturas (Miami), and Liberty City (New York City). The rumored map contents would have been added sooner. The "GTA" developer, however, was unable to because both Xbox 360 and PS3 was technically incapable of accommodating such huge update at that time.

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