GTA fans are pretty excited at the moment since popular GTA tipster; funmw2 has confirmed the upcoming release of Apartment Customization DLC for GTA Online.
It will be launched in the coming few weeks. Renowned YouTuber DomisLive, also known as Dom, reported that the Christmas Update will include the Apartment Customization DLC.
If that doesn’t happen, it will be included in the next two title updates which will be released shortly. Currently, there is a lot of hype and buzz involving the release of Bethesda’s Fallout 4 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
GTA Online by Rockstar is continuing to grab attention of gamers worldwide, especially due to the many DLCs that are being released from time to time.
Considering the leaked DLC game files, it was discovered that the next update will definitely contain the Apartment Customization features for the online version of the game. The DLC file known as Online Creator has been deemed to be the source of this DLC.
The design is based on the lines of Content Creator for GTA Online. Rockstar’s earlier announcement about their Apartment Customization development in progress, along with the recent number of leaks, clearly suggests that the DLC will release quite soon.
Besides this, funmw2 further suggested that the upcoming update will also come with a new Slasher mode. Furthermore, the game world will be set in North Yankton. There are loads of GTA fans who wanted to explore the hidden regions of the map and a lot of them were fascinated with North Yankton.
This recent announcement should come as a major relief for such gamers. Earlier, it was announced that the area of North Yankton will be the part of another DLC but that never really happened. After bypassing the restriction in the game, some gamers tried to enter this region by utilizing an in-game glitch.
Some reputed GTA 5 modders also released some mods for North Yankton. Sadly, that particular glitch was ultimately removed by Rockstar. In the next GTA files, North Yankton will feature certain placeholders and therefore, GTA Online gamers will soon receive a major treat.
From the looks of it, Rockstar is finally listening to wishes of gamers and trying to fulfill their desires. It was earlier seen how Rockstar decided to patch the first-person glitch that was experienced on the old-gen consoles.
However, it was eventually added with the GTA 5 next-gen release for Xbox One, PC and PS4. Considering these trends, it seems like Rockstar is simply repeating this history by patching another glitch, which will later become a part of the game, officially.
In other news, private investigators hired by Take-Two Interactive tried to discourage a Grand Theft Auto 5 PC modder from continuing his work on FiveM. It is an alternative GTA 5 Online Mode in which players can make use of mods without getting banned. According to his claims, this is exactly what happened.
The modder posted on Reddit, using his alias ntauthy and revealed that two private investigators came to his home. Furthermore, they claimed to have been sent by the parent company of GTA 5 Developer, Rockstar Games which is Take-Two.
This is exactly what he said, “So I just got a pair of PIs at my door claiming to be sent by Take-Two, handing me a phone with a person somewhere in the UK or US or whatever to ‘discuss how to cease activities with regard to Grand Theft Auto,’ [and] that ‘they know what happened before with Activision and want to not get the lawyers involved this time.'”