GTA 5 DLC Update Release Date, Features News: Sept. 1 Lowrider DLC To Include New Vehicles

Considered as the fastest-selling game in history, Grand Theft Auto 5 has sold millions of copies worlwide due to its unique features, open-world roaming, and quest-based progression, which are among its strongest points.

For people who are playing the game, the latest GTA 5 DLC update revealed leaked files, which point to a possible release date on Sept. 1 or 2, depending on your location.

According to a report by IB Times UK, a YouTuber named DomisLive has leaked the rumored release dates and he expects Rockstar Games to make an official announcement some time next week. This comes after a previous report that claims that several DLC files for the upcoming update have been leaked.

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Dubbed as Lowrider DLC, this update is rumored to include new vehicles, primarily cars, and would be available for the PC and next-gen consoles such as the PS4 and Xbox One. Also known as Lowlife DLC, the rumored update is expected to provide a new dimension in GTA 5's gameplay.

In addition, the DLC for consoles is expected to come with the Rockstar Editor, which was first made available for the PC version in April this year. In the report, this feature allows players to record, edit and share videos.

Players are also provided with tools such as the Director Mode that will enable them to arrange sequences with the use characters, scenes, and other locations in the game.

Just recently, Rockstar Games announced a multi-platform game for GTA 5, which involves the use of the Rockstar Editor.

"The upcoming launch of the Rockstar Editor for PS4 and Xbox One as the next update to Grand Theft Auto V and GTA Online means the next Rockstar Editor contest will be the first one with entries across all three platforms – so the creative competition will be fiercer than ever."

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