GTA 5 Gunrunning Update Release Date Revealed Via New Trailer

A couple of weeks ago, Rockstar has been teasing a new update coming to GTA 5. Apparently, the studio has finally unveiled it via a trailer, showcasing all the interesting things coming through it. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.

According to Daily Star, the video game company revealed the official release date of the aforementioned GTA 5 via a trailer. Based on the footage, it appears that it will be launched on Tuesday, June 13. It also gives the community a ballpark idea of what this update is really about, something that has filled the rumor mill lately.

The Gunrunning update in the hit crime-themed game introduces both the "manufacture and distribution" of all known illegal arms. The latter, as suggested in the official description, will conquer the Southern part of San Andreas. This update, in particular, will arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Here, as reported by Express, GTA 5 players will be able to fortify a so-called subterranean bunker. They should also be able to defeat their opponents through the use of Mobile Operations Center. Add to these the inclusion of weaponized vehicles, while giving them the freedom to mark their own SA arms trade. This will definitely make things interesting for the entire community.

It is worth noting that the forthcoming GTA 5 update was teased by Rockstar Games a few weeks ago. Apparently, this was the only time that it has revealed solid information about it. Interestingly, the update will also allow players to unlock a new set of personal gear, though this remains a mystery. In addition, they will have the opportunity to manufacture and sell their weaponry of choice.

Blorge reports that the Special Bunker, in particular, will arrive with a gun range in GTA 5. It will even have enough storage space for those brand new vehicles the studio is set to introduce. This is definitely a great addition to the still popular title.

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