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'GTA V' News: Rockstar Reveals Story DLC Update And 'GTA Online' Heist Coming In 2014

Rockstar announces story mode DLC and online updates coming 2014 for "GTA V." Rockstar/Screenshot

Rockstar Games has revealed that the first DLC for "Grand Theft Auto V" will arrive in 2014 along with new updates for "GTA Online." The company also revealed that the first story-centric add-on for the hit-game will revolve around the three main characters Franklin, Michael and Trevor. "We have big plans for substantial additions in 2014," said the developers on Rockstars Newswire. "Continuing Michael, Franklin and Trevor's action mayhem and unexpected adventures in Southern San Andreas." Additionally, Rockstar detailed the future of its online multiplayer. 

A bigger update hits this week, which includes deathmatch and the race creator beta rolling out. Later in the month, we'll see four Capture mode variants, which include Raid, Contend, Hold, and GTA, which Rockstar will detail very soon. Finally, on the subject of the online heist missions, the developer wrote, "Heists are currently in development and we are working very hard to get them as polished and as fun as they can be. Stay tuned for much more detail in the New Year."

Rockstar has plenty more to announce for "GTA 5" in the future, as well. The company should also be revealing the launch date for the PC version of "Grand Theft Auto 5." Which has been rumored to be more detailed and cheaper than the PS3 and Xbox 360 counterparts. For more on that, in addition to "GTA Online's" regular updates and the upcoming story expansion and heist online stay tuned to Latin Times. 

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William Cannon is a Tech and Entertainment writer for Latin Times. Cannon joined the Latin Times team April 2013 and holds a B.A. in Convergent Journalism from MSU Denver. William is an avid gamer who drops slanderous profanity while playing games, a foodie that believes in four unhealthy meals a day, a hat afficianado and a techie. 

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