‘GTA 5’ DLC, Mods Update: Lowrider DLC on Sept 1; Cars Leaked

Rockstar announced that the next update of “Grand Theft Auto 5” and “GTA Online” will include Rockstar Editor for the latest generation consoles.

Rockstar’s announcement on its website reads, “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.”

Rockstar earlier said it received several feedbacks from the gamers’ community on what features they would like to see in the game.

The stunt race creator pointed out that one of the features they are currently working on for the next update is a tool that will enable creators to “properly stack props, adding proper support for that highly-requested feature powering super fun mega-ramps, loops and parkour courses.”

GameSpot said Rockstar Editor is a feature that allows players to record, edit, and share videos. In addition, the creative set of tools also includes a Director Mode which allows users to arrange sequences using characters, props, and locations from the game.

The Rockstar Editor can also be accessed from within the game’s campaign and on GTA Online to customize content, GameSpot added.

Rockstar Editor was first made available on PC in April 2015.

International Business Times quoted renowned YouTuber DomisLive as saying the next GTA 5 DLC update will not only include Rockstar Editor but also Lowrider cars which were included in the recently leaked DLC game files.

However, it is still unclear if hydraulics improvement or other customizations will be incorporated in the Lowrider cars, iBT added.

DomisLive noted the Lowlife update is likely to roll a week after the DLC release announcement, which is expected to be on Sept 1 or 2.

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