GTA Online Bikers DLC Release Date Revealed – New Screenshots Show Fresh Batch of Vehicles
Ever since its release back in 2013, Rockstar Games has been working to keep the online mode of GTA V growing by releasing free post-launch content updates, the most recent ones of which are Cutting Stunts and Further Adventures in Finance and Felony. As fans may already know, the next free additional content pack for GTA Online is the Bikers DLC that is expected to introduce a whole new approach in the game’s crime operations. The new update it set to go live on October 4, the American game publisher has now confirmed.
The Bikers expansion will introduce "underground motorcycle clubs to the forefront of the Los Santos and Blaine County criminal underworld." The motorcycle-themed update will come as an automatic download on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In only two days’ time from now, players will be able to experience the new competitive and cooperative gameplay modes that the multiplayer downloadable content has to offer.
In addition to new modes, the Bikers DLC will also introduce a fresh batch of vehicles, weapons and clothing. Other new features will include on-bike melee combat, a new ranking system and more. “GTA Online, brings the eagerly-anticipated ability to form and lead your very own Motorcycle Club for up to 8 players. Bikers will introduce new roles to play from fresh Prospects to club Presidents with a massive slate of new competitive and co-op gameplay, along with a range of new motorcycles, properties that include MC Clubhouses with a special custom Biker mechanic, and venues for seedy business ventures,” Rockstar wrote in the announcement post.
In order to give GTA Online fans a better idea of what to expect from the upcoming expansion pack, Rockstar Games also released some brand new screenshots, showcasing biker boys pulling off stunts and showing off the new rides. You can check the screenshots out below.
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