While details regarding the long rumored "GTA 6" are still few and far between, Rockstar Games is leaving no stone unturned in its bid to keep the "GTA Online" fan base interested by regularly rolling out new DLC (downloadable content).

More 'GTA Online' content for 2017

It's no secret that "Gta 5 Online" is a dependable source of steady income for the game developer, which explains the company's un-diverted attention towards "GTA 5's" online multiplayer mode.

Further cementing this theory, a report from Express indicates "GTA Online" will not cease receiving brand new content on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in the upcoming weeks.

Rockstar and its parent company, Take-Two Interactive, have already rubber stamped more content for the game for this year.

'Red Dead Redemption 2' release date

This confirmation also debunks previously surfaced reports that indicated Rockstar will put a lid on major update releases for the fan-favorite online mode since it has now deviated its entire focus on developing "Red Dead Redemption 2." While this seemed quite logical at the time, the studio recently announced it has pushed back the release of the long awaited "Red Dead" title to 2018, paving the way for even bigger projects.

The report suggests Rockstar Games seems to be rolling out the final content for "GTA 5 Online" Gun Running update little by little, setting the stage for more upcoming updates.

An array of jaw-dropping supercars has already been spotted, which is likely to arrive alongside some sort of wardrobe items or adversary mode.

What to expect?

The impending "GTA Online" update could also contain the Ocelot XA-21 which, according to the report could cost a whopping $2,375,000. The relatively low-priced Pegassi Torero, on the other hand, is on the verge of being added bearing a price tag of $998,000.

Apparently, the Mobile Operations Center will not be excluded in terms of receiving new toys either, as some hawkeyed data miners recently discovered updated versions of the Nightshark and the Ardent.

Moreover, it is imperative for players to expand their personal garages to make some room for the Insurgent. There is still no official release date associated with the new content; however, Rockstar Games is likely to continue drip-feeding content until the next major update is ready to roll out.

Despite confirming that they are hard at works on the new plans, Take-Two Interactive has refrained from divulging any other details about what players can expect after the Gun Running update.

This week, the company introduced more updates in the form of an Adversary Mode and a new vehicle on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Stay tuned in here for more "GTA" related news and updates!