When we featured possibilities for the Grand Theft Auto V 1.16 update earlier this week, this was mainly to look at more garage space and allowing each protagonist a collection of vehicles catered to their personality. The amount of ideas that Product Reviews readers shared impressed us, as clearly seen, although one interesting suggestion for the GTA V 1.16 patch requested signal lights within the online mode and also a speedometer.
Signal lights were seen in the PC version of GTA IV thanks to mods, which some fans welcomed when they tried to stick to driving with rules. In GTA Online, you might be a little jealous seeing NPCs driving and using turn signals along with wondering why this wasn’t in the game for all to bring more realism.
This is what one of our readers had to say, “I would like signal lights and a speedometer”. Another added, “For me, signal lights for the cars and a speedometer are what’s really missing for added realism”. One problem a few gamers point out on consoles relates to buttons on the controller, and a few people wonder how they can be integrated when “all controls on the controller are filled when driving”.
The idea of GTA V Online missing turn signals/indicators has been around since the end of last year, although Rockstar is yet to release an update adding this feature. There’s also those that feel this feature isn’t needed within the open world game, and if certain gamers had a choice they’d choose a speedometer over turn signal DLC.
Would you like to see driving enhanced in GTA Online with a speedometer and signal lights? Or, is Heists DLC the only content you care about at this time?
Whatever happens, you can count on the PC version bringing plenty of mods for almost everything a gamer wants and we wonder if this is possible on consoles considering other mods appearing. The Xbox One and PS4 consoles might even stand more chance of adding mods, but this is yet to be seen once the game releases on the current generation.
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