"Grand Theft Auto 6" might be pushed back as Rockstar Games works on "Red Dead Redemption 2." Facebook/Grand Theft Auto V

"Grand Theft Auto Online" will be getting a new DLC, the "Gunrunning" update, this June. It includes the addition of military-grade vehicles and weapons, meaning more chaotic gaming and plots over the horizon.

Photos of the "Gunrunning" DLC surfaced on the Rockstar Games official site. The DLC would include an amphibious vehicle called the "APC." The added content should be something to look forward to as most try to figure out how to get them.

Details were unfortunately held off, though the released material for the "Gunrunning" update technically indicates what lies ahead. The massive update is seen as something inspired by past DLC releases, particularly "Executives and Other Criminals" and the "Bikers" add-ons. In any case, these new features should keep players busy as Rockstar and Take-Two try to make the most out of the current game installment.

The latest update tied up to "Grand Theft Auto" franchise may help maintain the success that the IP has had. As mentioned in a previous post, "Grand Theft Auto 5" continues to be a top draw after revealing it has shipped over 80 million units.

It also nixes the previous statement of Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick. He previously mentioned that fans should not look at "GTA Online" as a permanent fixture, and that the game could be rested at some point when necessary. At the rate they are releasing updates, the game's retirement seems a bit far off.

Regardless, the updates rolled out by Rockstar and Take-Two can also be seen as a minor fix to keep "GTA" gamers busy. With focus more on the "Red Dead Redemption 2" release, an anticipated "Grand Theft Auto 6" should not be expected soon.

The release of "Red Dead Redemption 2" has been pushed to 2018, a move that hardly comes as a surprise to most. But the change in schedule is expected to affect work on "Grand Theft Auto 6" as well as other game titles under Rockstar and Take-Two Interactive.

Finally, the aggressive release of added content for the "GTA Online" row may affect single and multiplayer gameplay. With more to enjoy, the developers may be promoting folks to tackle gameplay rather than venturing out offline on their own.

The answer to that remains to be seen, something that may probably be addressed once the "Gunrunning" update is officially out. The new DLC for “Grand Theft Auto Online” is set to come out next month for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.