After no confirmed rumours of ‘GTA VI’ on next gen consoles, developers Rockstar Games dropped details about GTA V and Red Dead Online coming on PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X/S. The announcement was surprisingly dropped on Rockstars’ article section which was termed as a subtle or ‘under the radar’ post.
The expanded and enhanced version of GTA V and GTA Online will arrive on 11th November 2021 on next-gen consoles.
And in this summer update, developers are adding 8 new GTA Online Stunt Races series which will have new tracks and will ‘introduce an array of white-knuckle thrills for stunt racers in an assortment of vehicle classes’. The summer update is expected to arrive on 27th May.
As of now, GTA Online is available across both platform and is free for first 3 months post-launch. This intends that next-gen players will have to play for GTA Online standalone or all full GTA V game. PlayStation Plus members are further reminded to claim GTA$1,000,000 each month until the launch of GTA Online on the PS5.
“fans of the futuristic Deadline mode will get seven new arenas in which to obliterate opponents with their Shotaro bike’s explosive light trail” and “Survival mode will also expand to new locations throughout Los Santos and Blaine County”, they added.
Alongside developers also gave GTA III some highlight as it’s 20th anniversary is arriving. Here is what they wrote, “Plus, in honor of the upcoming 20th anniversary of the genre defining Grand Theft Auto III, we’ll have even more fun surprises to share — including some specifically for GTA Online players.”
In updates of Red Dead Online, they wrote ‘Next week, Red Dead Online delivers eight new Races spanning iconic locations across the five states’ and ‘Red Dead Online’s summer update will add a diverse array of new missions across the world for those looking to step into the criminal underworld’.