'GTA Online': Devs Share More Gunrunning Details
Long-time Grand Theft Auto V players were treated to a surprise last week when Rockstar Games announced the new Gunrunning update for GTA Online. Slim details were provided by the developer during their reveal regarding the release date and file size of the update. However, sources have reported that the game studio has shared more screenshots and information about the new DLC content.
GTA Online players will have access to new underground bases called bunkers. Players will depend on these areas as their main control center to manage their enterprise in the Gunrunning update. Game Rant adds that players can store their mobile command center, which is a modified vehicle that allows players to customize other vehicles and even reportedly hold living quarters.
The Gunrunning update apparently gives players access to new vehicle classes to collect and customize. These are reportedly called Weaponized vehicles according to Gamespot, while Rockstar Games says "build a fleet to cover every eventuality." GTA Online gamers can also use these new vehicles to deliver their cargo and stay protected from other player's attacks. Users get to work on the amphibious APC and an anti-aircraft carrier model
Gamers can choose to have their team research upgrades for their existing weapons as well as upgraded arsenal for weaponized vehicles. The Gunrunning DLC update will also permit GTA Online users to fully optimize their mobile command center with a deadly arsenal of weapons to engage any threat encountered during their transport. These optional upgrades can be maximized to make sure that your fleet becomes unstoppable.
Rockstar Games plans to release the Gunrunning patch for GTA Online sometime in June. Fans are obviously thrilled that the developer continues to provide after-market support for Grand Theft Auto V since its launch a couple of years ago. The updates will surely keep veteran players invested in the game, while its new features continue to lure new players to pick up the game and eventually join the online community.
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