GTA V Online Spring High-Life DLC Will Give Players Access to More Apartments

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By Vincent Funaro, Christian Post Reporter
April 18, 2014|8:28 am

A new High-Life DLC for GTA V Online that is expected to launch in the spring will allow players to purchase even more apartments.

Polygon reports that players will be able to buy apartments with the update in a few different locations including the Callisto Apartments, Augury Insurance, CNT Building, Celltowa, Yacht Club, Puerto Del Sol, Von Crastenburg-Richman and Schlongberg Sachs.

The High Life DLC is also expected to bring new clothing, weapons and vehicles that will be usable in the GTA V campaign mode.

Gamers might be able to enjoy GTA V Online on the Xbox One and PS4 soon.

Romanian retailer Altex has versions for both systems listed on its official website. It also has a release date for them which is said to be on June 15, 2015.

This Romanian-based seller has posted up many listings in the past that have ended up actually being released. Based on that, there is a good chance that the game will launch for the new consoles.

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Rockstar never commented on a PS4 or Xbox One version of GTA V. The game is currently available for the PS3 and Xbox 360. It is also rumored to be launching for the PC.

The recent GTA V online update numbered 1.12 brings the ability for players to create their own capture jobs in the game with a new creator tool.

This tool can be used with different game types including Raid, GTA, Contend and Hold. The sharing of these games allows players to rate jobs that other ones made using the Rockstar Social Club.

It also adds a new Lester ability that can be used to get away with some crimes and other things with no consequences. Players could call Lester and he will tell all of his cop friends to turn a blind eye to any crimes being committed in their presence.

 

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