GTA V Online Players to Receive More Content Updates Soon, Says Rockstar

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By Vincent Funaro , Christian Post Reporter
February 27, 2014|10:41 am

GTA V online players will have access to even more content updates in the near future, according to Rockstar.

The company announced earlier this week that it will be revealing more upcoming content for GTA Online soon, which is expected to include news of features such as the highly anticipated online heists.

"Also for those eager to hear more about forthcoming GTA One content updates, please stay tuned as we should have new content to announce very soon, thanks all," the company said.

Rockstar has also chosen select fan-made missions to add to the title's official rotating playlist after launching the in-game mission creation tools that allow players to make their own jobs. The company has promoted 10 more jobs in GTA Online which were originally created by the game's own user base.

These created missions will now be known as "Rockstar Verified" jobs as they enter into the GTA V Online official playlist. Players on both the Xbox 360 and PS3 will now be able to take advantage of these missions on systems that they were not created on originally. PS3 owners will have access to jobs made on the 360 and vice versa.

GTA V is only available for the Xbox 360 and PS3. It is rumored to be launching for the PC sometime in the near future, however, Rockstar hasn't confirmed it at this time.

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Grand Theft Auto V was released back in September 2013 and is one of the fastest selling games of all time.

The Grand Theft Auto 5 PC Version was recently spotted in bug logs chronicling separate builds of the game from April, 2009 to August, 2013.

This log that was attained by PC Gamer is over 150 pages and mentions the PC version of the game and brings up issues that would only affect that port.

 

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