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Grand Theft Auto 5 gets free Import/ Export expansion

Rockstar Games announces arrival of new download for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC

Rockstar Games has announced a new Import/ Export expansion for Grand Theft Auto 5, which is available to download for free. 

The expansion puts the player in the shoes of a car thief boss, with new game modes tasking you to cooperate with friends or strangers to source out cars that can be stolen and delivered to specific buyers.

Along with the new online missions, players will be able to buy warehouses to store and customise vehicles. The most expensive properties in the game have a cap of ten cars, but warehouses will dramatically expand that to 60. 

A group of eight special vehicles will be added through the expansion, including cars resembling those from the Fast and Furious franchise. There will also be two extra super-class cars and more customisation options at Benny's garage.

Stunt props have been added to the director mode, allowing players to create their own films using the game's vehicles and environment, as well giving them as the ability to buddy up with friends and join a single session together using the PlayStation 4's Play Together feature. 

Gamers can download the free Import/ Export expansion now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC

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