GTA 5 DLC for Xbox One and PS4 for April 2018

Fans of the popular game GTA Online have something to celebrate. Rumours have it that developer Rockstar is planning to release a big update into the GTA Online come April 2018.


GTA 5 DLC is coming for Xbox One, PS4


Rockstar’s GTA Online is continuously gaining steady popularity among PC, Xbox One, and PS4 players. In fact, the developer’s GTA 5 has been raking profits from the in-game money. It is very obvious that Rockstar team has been very supportive and creative in game development.



In case you don’t know, Rockstar has also poured a large content in the game. The developer has also brought some customization in the game. These contents include but not limited to tanks, orbital cannon, flying banks, among others.

However, a report has surfaced earlier hinting that Rockstar might cease to roll out an update to GTA Online. Yann2295, a GTA insider, has hinted that the game’s new content will be viewed big for the players. He also added that the huge content would be the game’s big release from the game developer.


The GTA Insider further claims that these speculations are not yet final. He said that Rockstar might as well change its plan.


“Alright, so the basics of the next update; It’s supposed to be fairly big, and to be about the consolidation of all the in-game businesses (crates, cars, bikers, bunkers, smugglers, etc.) into one,” Yann wrote. “It might also be the last update, but we’ve heard that before, so take it as you want. Though the drip-feed of this one is supposed to end near the launch of RDR2, so who knows.”

Lindsay Lohan Loses Against Grand Theft Auto V Case

Lindsay Lohan fails to win this case of “stolen identity” against GTA V.

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In a lawsuit that spanned over four years, actress Lindsay Lohan claimed that makers of Grand Theft Auto V based a character on her. However, in a ruling released last week, six judges at New York state’s Court of Appeals unanimously rejected her privacy case.

The case was initially filed in 2014 against Rockstar Games, the makers of Grand Theft Auto V. This was also the time when the actress’ career was not doing very well.

She claimed that one of the title’s characters, Lacey Jones, was based on herself. This character appears in the game’s box art but only plays a minor role in the actual game. Apparently, the character doesn’t only look like her, it also had a similar sounding voice and wore clothes that resembled her own clothing line.

The appeal judges accepted her claim that the character could constitute a “portrait” which supports her privacy claim. However, they feel that the likeness was not strong enough. According to them, the “actress slash singer” in the game merely resembled a generic young woman.

“[The] artistic renderings are indistinct, satirical representations of the style, look and persona of a modern, beach-going young woman… that is not recognisable as plaintiff,” Judge Eugene Fahey wrote in his ruling.

Since its launch in September 2013, the Grand Theft Auto game has sold more than 275 million copies worldwide. And despite being more than four years old, it still manages to top charts to this day.

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