GTA 5 Online: New PS4, Xbox One and PC update as Rockstar 4K plans are revealed | Gaming | Entertainment


GTA 5 Online has been given a steady stream of weekly updates from Rockstar in March and this seems likely to continue into April.

Like in the past, Rockstar look poised to fill the next few weeks with bits of new content, ahead of a big summer launch.

We already know that a gun runner DLC content drop is being worked on for PS4, Xbox One and PC but that’s not arriving yet.

Ahead of its release, fans can expect a range of new GTA 5 Online vehicles, Adversary Modes and other miscellaneous items.

The Turismo classic is one of the last known cars being added to the game, although it seems likely that Rockstar will announce more in the near future.

It will likely be paired with the Top Down Adversary Mode, described as a nostalgic homage to the 2D GTA era with some explosive twists.

Dataminers look to have found other Adv modes that are set to be added to the game in the future, including Land Grab.

The other new inclusion that was added alongside the infernus last week includes the Resurrection Adversary Mode, where players must take out an opposing team member to revive one of yours, until they’ve all been wiped out wiped they can always come back. 

“Compete in this new mode in 7 distinct locations including the Aircraft Carrier, Ron Alternates Wind Farm and Elysian Island – with 2 teams of 4-8 players, where the objective is to eliminate the entire opposing force, and where every enemy you kill revives a fallen member of your squad (in the order in which they were killed).”

It follows news of Rockstar’s apparent plans to see one of their newest games be released in 4K.

According to Windows Central, Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of several new games that Microsoft hopes to show off on it new console, the Scorpio.

Leaked from marketing material, it reveals some of the new titles that could feature as potential launch titles.

“Our list comes from marketing materials that include titles Microsoft wants to use to exemplify Project Scorpio’s six-teraflops (TF), True-4K capabilities,” the site explains.

“And it naturally includes several first-party titles, such as the aforementioned Forza 7, Crackdown 3, and State of Decay 2. But it also contains a few heavy-hitting, third-party titles.

“The list includes some fairly obvious games, such as “Call of Duty”, FIFA, and Madden, but also Battlefront 2, and Red Dead Redemption 2. It seems that each of these games will appear on Project Scorpio with a 4K resolution.”

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