Updated 01:46 AM EST, Thu, Nov 26, 2020

'GTA 5' Online Lowriders 2 DLC, Weapons May be Out February

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Rockstar continues to provide exciting content for Grand Theft Auto gamers, as new reports revealed the upcoming release date for the second installment of "GTA 5 Online: Lowriders."

According to Master Herald, the game developer had been keeping GTA players very busy with several content releases and updates on their most popular role playing game.

Late last year, Rockstar released the "GTA V: Executives and Other Criminals" expansion pack, which allows players to level up to become VIPs and have their own Super Yacht.

Shortly after that, the first "Lowriders" DLC was distributed just in time for the holidays this December.

This content update provided new safe houses and mansions for GTA Online players as well as a better and more season-appropriate playing environment, complete with snowfall, fireworks and a new Tampa muscle car.

Aside from that, players have been treated to a new feature called the "Beast vs. Slasher Adversary Mode" as well as three additional of adversary modes named "Keep the Pace," "Offense Defense," and "Relay," according to Rockstar Games' official website.

Now, GTA 5 fans will soon be treated to a follow up this coming February 9, with the additional Valentine's Day DLC five days later, Express UK reported.

Citing a tipster known as Funmw2, Express UK revealed that the new content will entail two additional weapons: the Double Barrel Shotgun and the Compact Rifle.

In addition, the latter is expected to be an AK-47-style assault rifle based on previously revealed unofficial images.

Master Herald cited unnamed leakers who claim that the second Lowriders DLC includes new masks and outfits as well as a holiday-themed content.

Rockstar has earned as much as $2.3 billion in revenue ever since their Grand Theft Auto products were released in July 2013.

Since then, 225 million copies of the series have been sold.

Because of its success, several individuals are trying to take advantage of the game's fans, including one cited by Master Herald, who reportedly poses as a Rockstar employee to steal money from the players.

"One "GTA 5 Online" YouTuber shared how he was asked to pay $250 on PayPal to avoid facing legal charges and the suspension of his YouTube channel. The fake employee claims that he holds copyright for the Rockstar material," the report explained.

Because of this, several others warned their fellow gamers to be vigilant in choosing people to transact with and beware of those who say that players can earn a huge sum of money by following simple steps.

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