Rockstar introduces GTA V Expansion: Executives and Other Criminals.: Rockstar announced the next update for Grand Theft Auto V’s multiplayer mode, Grand Theft Auto Online.
The update, called Executives and Other Criminals, lets players become a “VIP” and then establish their own crime ring.
To date, Rockstar’s efforts at building up the GTA V universe are impressive and there’s still enough in the game to keep players coming back for more. At the very least, the upgrade of the game from last to next gen console has been a resounding success and continuous little upgrades along the way (to everything from clothing to weapons to vehicles) have been very welcome additions.
GTA Online consists of open world sessions based in the same map as GTA V. Sessions are limited to 16 players on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and expanded to 30 players (with 2 extra spaces for viewers) on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Players may travel around and interact with the map at will and can take part in many gameplay activities, including assaults on local gangs, robbing armored trucks, and challenging other players to Impromptu Races. Several of these open world activities are unique to the multiplayer mode of the game, while others are shared with GTA V. Players can also purchase property, vehicles, clothing, aircraft, masks and weapons for their character.
There are also new missions in the update, featuring new cars to unlock such as an armoured limousine called the Turreted Limo. The Super Yacht, meanwhile, can be upgraded with new items and even other support vehicles such as the SuperVolito Carbon helicopter and a personal water-craft.