'Grand Theft Auto 5' DLC Update: All Unreleased Cars for 'Gunrunning' Expansion Leaked; 'GTA 5' Have Mixed Reviews on Steam After Mod Tool Shutdown!

By Miguel Paolo Togonon, | June 20, 2017

Grand Theft Auto 5 is an open world, action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC platforms.

Grand Theft Auto 5 is an open world, action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC platforms.

The latest details for "Grand Theft Auto 5" will feature all unreleased cars for "Gunrunning" Expansion leaked and several mixed reviews on Steam after mod tool shutdown.

Rockstar Games launched the "Gunrunning" DLC for "GTA Online" in "Grand Theft Auto 5," however, there are still a few new vehicles that are yet to be released in the game.

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The game publisher often holds back some new vehicles and upgrades, slowly releasing new content in the months following a big DLC release in "Grand Theft Auto 5."

Last week, players saw new vehicles such as the Opressor bike, APC and half-tack in "Grand Theft Auto 5." But dedicated gaming fans have already dug out the hidden in-game content for "Gunrunning" files and leaked the next batch of vehicles and upgrades that players can expect to see in June and July.

These include the Ocelot XA-21 ($2,375,000), Pegassi Torero ($998,000), Grotti Cheetah Classic ($865,000) and Dewbauchee Wagner ($1,535,000) for the "Legendary Motorsport" section. The Ardent ($1,150,000) and Nightshark ($1,245,000) for the "Mobile Operations Center" section, VG 24/7 reported.

Not only that, Twitter username FoxySnaps tweeted photos and a video of a XA-21 Cheetah and upgraded insurgent and technical vehicles that are coming to "GTA Online."

In other news, gaming fan have lashed out on "Grand Theft Auto 5" on Steam after the closure of OpenIV mod tool.

Take-Two Interactive filed a "cease and desist" letter for the popular mod tool creators for making new mods in "Grand Theft Auto 5," due to to the fact that OpenIV allows “third parties" to defeat security features of its software and modify that software in violation Take-Two’s rights.

OpenIV creator GooD-NTS took to the "GTA" Forums to announce the closure of the modding tool in "Grand Theft Auto 5" and he will not be taking any further action to try and keep mod from running, stating that although there is the possibility of going to court on the matter, instead the tool will be taken offline.

While Take-two explained that they were not targeting single player mods, this did not stop players for lashing out at them and poured out negative reviews on Steam, where it recent review average is now labeled as "overwhelmingly negative," GameSpot reported.

Of the 42,000 user reviews written in the past 30 days, only 13 percent have been positive, while yje rest are staggeringly low number for "Grand Theft Auto 5.: This has also brought the Overall rating, which encompasses all reviews dating back to launch down to "mixed," with 67 percent of reviews being positive.

For what is worth, this is the fans outcry after Rockstar and Take-two shutdown OpenIV and will likely continue in the coming days or months this year.

"Grand Theft Auto 5" is currently available for the PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC platforms.

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