GTA V Online Halloween update, DLC proposed

Now that we’ve moved into the second half of 2014, it seems some Grand Theft Auto V players are considering what an online Halloween update could include. These gamers are making plenty of suggestions for GTA V Online DLC, and one of the latest has been named Fright Night.

New cars and weapons normally accompany updates, we’d expect much of the same with the GTA V 1.16 update and during Halloween. There’s suggestions for a Hearse to feature within the Halloween DLC, a farm harvester, poison darts, a machete, and much more.

Another great idea someone had was to make night time longer and let the ghost from Mount Chiliad appear out of nowhere while driving at night. These ideas and many others have one aim in mind, to make GTA V Online very scary during Halloween with themed DLC.

How would you create the perfect Halloween update? What ideas do you have for themed cars, weapons, and missions? You can see the ideas discussed in the video below, so take a look and leave your comments on what you think about this type of theme for Halloween DLC.

There’s so many cars that can be added from horror movies, but here are a few from movies you’d recognize thanks to one YouTube user. An old ambulance, a blacked out 90s Chevy, a Cadillac Eldorado, a monster truck, The Green Goblin Truck, a 958 Plymouth Fury, the 1973/74 charger seen in Wheels of Terror, and many more.

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