"GTA Online" Los Santos Tuners has been released, and it brings new cars, mods, content, and a whole lot more, but people still demand the new game "GTA VI." Rockstar Games have been bugged for new content, and the new game as well, but what it came up with was "GTA Online's" new LS Car Meets.
Initially, it was rumored that Rockstar Games was going to have a showcase for last E3 2021, and would bring "GTA VI," but sadly it did not happen and take place.
On July 20, the automotive underground roars to life with GTA Online: Los Santos Tuners.— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) July 15, 2021
Featuring the LS Car Meet, where you can race, show off customized vehicles, and link up with contacts looking for skilled drivers and a chance at easy money.https://t.co/jXJPVow1he pic.twitter.com/AX5Cc6btfu
'GTA Online: Los Santos Tuners'
According to Rockstar Games' tweet on their Twitter account (@RockstarGames), a new release is coming, but it would center mostly on the online world of "GTA V," one of the longest-running games in the franchise. The event is called "Los Santos Tuners" and would begin by July 20 says Rockstar, bringing a whole lot of new content for the game.
This would focus entirely on new cars and content to bring, which would be massive for car-lovers and tuners which closely resembles actual, real life cars.
Some of these cars are a replica or copy of 90s JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) vehicles including that if the Toyota AE86 Levin, Honda S2000, Mazda RX-7 FD, Nissan 350Z, Nissan Silvia S13, and many more.
Of course, they are rebranded as new cars with different tweaks to avoid copyright issues with these car manufacturers.
'GTA's' LS Car Meets
Apart from the new cars to join the platform, there will be a lot of events to join in as well, including that of races, or car meets together with other gamers within "Grand Theft Auto Online." Rockstar revealed that it would be a jam-packed event from the end of July, onwards, which would give people the chance to live out their tuner dreams.
The event aims to establish "GTA" back on the map, despite being an old game amidst the new releases. This would help in reinforcing people back to the game and allow them to enjoy this new content. Sufficient to say, GTA's new content would be a massive event in the title, and would probably last more than a few weeks before it is pulled out by the developers.
Still No 'GTA VI?'
In light of the Los Santos Tuners event, the public is still missing any news regarding the "Grand Theft Auto VI," or the sequel to the action role-playing game franchise.
The new game was rumored to be having a new storyline, focusing on a female lead, along with it being centered on Vice City or the fictional copy of Miami, Florida.
"GTA V" was last released in 2013, and it has been almost eight years since then, giving its gamers several times to repeat the game over and over, with only the online world giving new content. Rockstar Games seems to keep everything under a tight-knit and has not revealed any details about the next game, or if there were one.
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Written by Isaiah Richard