Next Expansion For 'GTA Online' Lets You Become The CEO Of Your Own Criminal Enterprise
Rockstar has announced it will be releasing the latest expansion for the hugely-successful Grand Theft Auto Online on June 7.
Rockstar says the expansion, titled Further Adventures in Finance and Felony, will be one of the "biggest and deepest updates" to GTA Online to date, featuring brand new gameplay and an assortment of special new vehicles, such as the Pegassi Reaper.
Further Adventures in Finance and Felony promises to pick up from where Executives and Other Criminals left off. As you might recall, Executives and Other Criminals offered players the chance to become bodyguards for particularly wealthy players who became VIPs and made their own organization. VIP players gained any money earned by bodyguards if it was obtained in non-organization-related activities, while bodyguards had a chance to move up in the GTA Online world by taking on VIP work and VIP challenges.
Now, GTA Online's latest expansion goes one step further by granting players the opportunity to expand their organization and become the CEO of their own criminal enterprise. This will entail buying and selling a variety of contraband across Los Santos to access rare items and maximum profits while fighting off fierce competition from the rest of the criminal underworld and the ever-present LSPD.
Players will plot their rise to the top of the criminal food chain in a new headquarters located in a high-rise building, while the business itself will utilize special warehouse properties across the city.
That's all Rockstar has to say about Further Adventures in Finance and Felony for now. However, it does promise more details and an official trailer for the expansion, which will be coming next week.
GTA Online has been regularly updated since its initial release in 2013, but while the online mode continues to expand, the single-player mode remains untouched. Rockstar once said it was working on story additions that were supposed to be arriving by the end of 2014, but it's 2016 now, and there's nothing of the sort in sight.