The rumors for GTA V’s upcoming Lowlife DLC are at an all time high, and the same can be said for the alleged single player story DLC, the existence of which is debatable. All we know of the former is based on a shred of evidence, one announcement and a whole lot of speculation.
The 1.29 update will be adding 12 vehicles to the game, as well as bringing the much loved Rockstar Editor video capture and editing suite to Playstation 4 and Xbox One. All we know of the latter is that it might be a thing. Perhaps. Maybe.
Something we do know as fact however, is that GTA V will definitely be getting further content updates in the future, so let’s look at the features we want most.
Firstly, if the DLCs would continue to launch on Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, that would be swell. We bring this up as the future of GTA V’s content support on last-gen consoles is unsure.
Secondly, let’s look at the logical, grounded features we’d want for GTA V. What would amount to a rather substantial update, considering the number of buildings in the game, and what we’d love to see is explorable interiors. Sure, there are a few in the game, but how about the chance to go into most, if not all, the buildings in the city of Los Santos? Rockstar could hide a wealth of secrets and collectibles in the metropolis.
The other feature a future update could introduce is destructible scenery. If I plow through a hundred cars with my tank, I don’t want to be stopped by a glass wall or a twig.
As for the bonkers GTA tomfoolery, I want a disco shark with neon eyes and a laser cannon on its back to roam the waters around the island. It would be elusive, unlisted and extremely rare, but if a player encounters it, manages to track and kill it, they would receive the ability to turn into it at will.
What sorts of insane DLCs would you like to see in GTA V?
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