GTA Online has released a new update called After Hours for Grand Theft Auto V.
The free update features a host of new content, including new vehicles, weapons, characters and more. It’ll also include the return of classic character Anthony “Gay Tony” Prince.
One of the biggest features of the new update is the addition of an in-game nightclub, which users can purchase and run.
“The nightlife scene in Los Santos is getting a major upgrade. Thanks to the efforts of one well-known, well-connected and somewhat financially sound impresario the underground dance club scene is about to blow open,” a press release reads.
“World class talent have announced their upcoming residencies in Los Santos and fans will soon be packing out clubs and warehouses across town to lose themselves in sweaty, ecstatic bliss.”
“Nightclubs are the perfect cover for any other operation you might have going, so get in on the ground level as a business partner to open up a brand new establishment, and help the DJ’s make their shows the best ever. Run your nightclub business from setup, design, staffing and promotion; the more popular the club, the faster your secure wall safe will fill up. Management is honest work, a tidy way to keep income from your more seedy ventures with Disruption Logistics, The Open Road, SecuroServ and Free Trade Shipping Co. looking clean as fresh laundry.”
Four real-life DJs (The Black Madonna, Solomun, Tale of Us and Dixon) feature in the update, with their likeness replicated by full motion capture. There’s even new music and mixes from the DJs, as well as the launch of a new radio station.
Check out the After Hours trailer below:
In April, it was reported that Grand Theft Auto V has been named the most successful entertainment title of all-time, making more money than any movie ever.
The game has sold a massive 90 million copies across all platforms since its release in 2013. It’s estimated that it has made around $6 billion from a budget of just $265 million.
In comparison, both the original Star Wars film and Gone With The Wind are thought to have made around £3 billion each, adjusted for inflation, while the highest-grossing movie of all time, Avatar, took in £2.7 billion upon its release in 2009.