Grand Theft Auto V new patch gives gamers new vehicles, clothes and accessories; developers still considering sequel

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Grand Theft Auto has released its new patch v1.27 which contains new features, contents, and bug fixes that are made available for PCs, XboX One, Xbox 360, Play Station 3, and Play Station 4.

Players can expect four new vehicles added to Legendary Motorsports for both GTA Online and Story Mode in the form of Albany Virgo, Benefactor Stirling GT, Pegassi Osiris, and Enus Windsor. The Elitas Travel for both modes also get two new vehicles, namely the Buckingham Luxor Deluxe and the Buckingham Swift Deluxe. Combat-wise, Ammu-Nation adds Combat PDW for both modes, where it is unlocked in Story mode for Xbox One, PCs, and Play Station 4 users, while it is readily available on Play Station 3 and Xbox 360 consoles.

In terms of characters, the Tattoo Parlor offers 15 new tattoos for both male and female characters in GTA online. There are also new designer outfits and accessories as well as hundreds of new clothes available for both male and female characters, also in the online mode, to further enhance and give variety to the characters. In addition, Enus Windor have new costumes available in the Resprey section in Los Santos Customs offered in both modes.

Meanwhile, Rockstar also warned PC players who use player-created mods about using such in online games as it is considered cheating. They mentioned that stricter rules will be implemented for anyone caught in violation and this may lead to a full time ban.

In related news, Master Herald reported that the video game has earned $1 billion just three days after its launch, which encouraged developer Rockstar to start thinking about a sequel to the game, Grand Theft Auto VI. While they are just on the brainstorming stage at this point, some fans already have shared speculations on what to expect in the next installment.