GTA 5 Biker DLC To Introduce Zombie Motorcycles, Apparels?

Just a few days ago, Rockstar Games confirmed the upcoming arrival of the highly anticipated GTA 5 DLC titled Biker. Although it has long been in the rumor mill, it was only recently that the studio announced its existence. As the name suggests, the content will introduce features that will allow players to ride a motorcycle and form their own clubs. It's also interesting to note that Zombie motorclyes and apparels are also expected to arrive.

As previously reported here at iTech Post, Biker DLC is expected to arrive to GTA 5 anytime soon. It holds true, however, that Rockstar has yet to reveal an official release date. Nevertheless, most fans believe that it'll arrive sometime in October, if not this month.

Obviously, GTA 5 Biker DLC will offer some cool motorcycles and races that fans will get to enjoy. Moreover, the forthcoming downloadable content is also deemed to bring brand new clothes, weaponries and tattoos, among others.

One of the interesting features in the aforementioned GTA 5 DLC is the return of the Zombie chopper, as reported by iDigital Times. The latter was first introduced back in The Lost and Damned, a GTA 4 expansion. It is known for sporting a dual headlight along with a massive dimension.

Another Zombie motorcycle coming to GTA 5 Biker DLC is one that features a new set of wheels, only with thin spokes on it. It also has a very familiar color scheme of two-tone matched with red rims. Most fans would agree that two-tone bikes are a thing.

As for the clothing, GTA 5 players can expect some fancy apparels so as to match their fancy rides. There are spiky bracelets topped with a sleeveless jacket. It's safe to say that Biker DLC will offer some hefty features to explore.

What are your thoughts on GTA 5 as well as its soon-to-be-released Biker DLC? Are you excited for its arrival? What other features do you want to see from it? Be sure to let us know at the comment section below!

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