GTA Online Now Lets You Become Part Of A Biker Gang

The continuously expanding GTA V Online has become more interesting, after Rockstar Games rolled out a brand new DLC. Now you can live your Sons Of Anarchy fantasy.

Yep, the new content builds upon the idea of motorcycle clubs (biker gangs), offering tons of new features that will keep you glued to the screen. If you have enough in-game cash, you can become the president of your very own club, and explore an entirely new part of the criminal underbelly of GTA Online – as Rockstar puts it.

If being a leader is too much to handle, you can enroll in a gang as a “Prospect”, but you’ll miss out on hiring up to eight players to earn the club’s keep – each with meaningful roles within the organization’s structure and unique ability. In addition to the thirteen new, highly customizable vehicles introduced, the DLC also offers Clubhouses, in which you and your mates can play darts, arm wrestle, and plan the next big million-dollar hit through various contracts.

Now, throwing grenades off motorcycles, shooting targets, and making a racket has become lot easier thanks to the newly added weapons, while a new collection of biker-themed tattoos and clothes were introduced to make the entire atmosphere more authentic.

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  • Auf Wiedersehen

    Ah yes..just what we need. More virtual violence, sexual assaults, drugs and disrespect for authority and everyone else.

    GTA, Grooming the future civil unrest, drug trade, murderers and gang bangers since 1997.

    You guys have made a ton of cash, why not speed up the total collapse of society and give it away with free game consoles!?

    • Status

      You act like there wasn’t violence and bloodshed before video games.

      And if you want to know where the total collapse of society will come from, it’ll come out of a holy book. Religion has done it before and it do it again. No civilization has fallen because of a game.

    • fabri99

      Because of course people like Breivik do mass shooting because they’ve been playing Call of Duty. Not because they are mentally ill or, in the Breivik case, wanted to murder a group of political contenders.

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