GTA 5 ONLINE fans have been given some more information on what to expect from Rockstar this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, following the reveal of new map expansion progress.

 

GTA 5 Online will see a slowdown of PS4, Xbox One and PC content in 2017

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GTA 5 Online will see a slowdown of PS4, Xbox One and PC content in 2017
In terms of new GTA 5 Online updates, it appears that 2017 will see a slowdown of production from Rockstar for PS4, Xbox One and PC content.Recent reports indicate that while the game will not be abandoned this year, the team isn’t going to be releasing as many DLCs.Trusted GTA 5 Online source Yan has given an update on the situation at Rockstar, which appears to show why fans may be a little disappointed by what is to come. It appears that the Import/Export DLC released late last year was supposed to be the last big hurrah for the game, plans have since changed due to the popularity of GTA Online. It means that the content releases from now on will probably reflect the change in emphasis, that they will not be as expansive and will probably not bring any new mechanics to multiplayer. “I talked about the devs being “out of resources”, but what does that mean? Well, apparently Rockstar North is “divided” in 4 parts as of right now,” Yan2295 writes.  “Some people are helping San Diego with RDR2, some people started working on the next GTA, and some people are working on another game. 
We already know that the Western shooter is set to have a big online emphasis, meaning that parent company Take-Two interactive will be hoping for a repeat success of GTA 5 Online. If follows news that the group of modders who have taken on the mother of all challenges by attempting to bring Liberty City from GTA IV to Los Santos have now posted an update on their project. Having worked on the new map expansion since GTA 5 was launched on PC in 2015, the modding team OpenIV recently launched a teaser trailer.