GTA Online 'After Hours' update lets people open a club with real DJs | Gaming News
Grand Theft Auto has revealed its “After Hours” update, allowing players to run their own nightclubs.
The new content – which will come to the online multiplayer part of the game on 24 July – features real DJs and the return of much loved characters.
As with all GTA updates, the software will come free to anyone who has Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC, Xbox One or PlayStation 4.
After the update arrives, players will find nightclubs across Los Santos filled with real, world-class DJs. DJs Solomun, Tale of Us, Dixon and The Black Madonna will all be inside the game.
And players will be allowed to run one of those nightclubs. That might be enjoyable in itself but the clubs will also be “a front for the most concentrated network of criminal enterprise ever to hit San Andreas”, developers Rockstar said.
And the mode will also see the return of Tony Prince, known to players as “Gay Tony”, who appeared in GTA 4.
Rockstar has hinted that a range of other additions, stories and heists could be part of the update, but it has remained quiet on what they are.