Latest Update Adds Lowriders To Grand Theft Auto 5

Rockstar has revived a bit of San Andreas spirit in Grand Theft Auto 5 with the addition of lowriders via the latest game update. Due out on October 20, it promises to add extra customization options one of which are hydraulics.

Yes, you will be able to make your car bounce in the game, and according to the official announcement, there will be different strength pumps to choose from for extra air.

Players on PS4, Xbox One and PC (PS3 and X360 aren’t getting the update) will get to choose from six cars they will be able to turn into lowriders.

Apparently, you`ll also be able to do more extreme interior makeovers on these cars.

It all looks pretty good, and as we’ve come to expect from the franchise, it’s all nicely integrated and even has a bit of supporting story staring Lamar, the stereotypical sidekick from the hood…

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