Rockstar Games is not finished with "Grand Theft Auto V." The game publisher is set to release new holiday content in the next few weeks. Facebook/Grand Theft Auto V

Though there is a lot of clamour for “Grand Theft Auto 6,” fans are definitely satisfied with the content Rockstar Games has been churning out for “Grand Theft Auto 5” and “Grand Theft Auto Online.” Additional content for the current titles is not over yet, as reports indicate that there will be more releases for each remaining month of the year.

After the latest DLC release, “Bikers,” it was no secret that more content would soon be made available. The amount of extensions that are currently scheduled, however, are very welcome surprises. As Express UK has reported, a “Law And Order”-themed DLC is expected to arrive in December. This will apparently allow players to purchase police vehicles, which would definitely add a new dimension to “Grand Theft Auto 5” and “Grand Theft Auto Online.”

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Until then, a few modes have been found. These include Deadline, Kill Quota and Lost vs. Damned. The last of these three will be part of GTA 5’s Halloween update. In this new mode, players will face off either as Angels or Devils, with the former only being able to score during the day, while the latter can score only in the night. A team can deduct points from the opposing team by killing one of its members.

In addition, there will be new releases that range from individual suits and new vehicles. The suits will reportedly cost “Grand Theft Auto V” players a hefty amount. Meanwhile, the new vehicles will be launched on a weekly basis. Furthermore, “Bikers” will still receive the release of Esskey, Raptor, Snactus, Shotaro Tornado 6, Vortex and Youga 2.

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The end of the year will not mark the end of “Grand Theft Auto 5” and “Grand Theft Auto Online,” as Rockstar Games is expected to keep churning out updates and additional content until the second quarter of 2017.