Rockstar Games has done a good job keeping the millions who play Grand Theft Auto Online entertained with free updates full of cars, guns, clothes and more.
However, one particular that hasn’t seen much love from the developer is motorcycles, prompting gamers to create a petition urging Rockstar to release bike-themed DLC in the future. The petition already has nearly 4,000 signatures at the time of writing.
You can check out some of their demands below:
Realistic biker clothing: Leather vests (open/closed), Bowl/Skull biker helmets (like Lost NPCs have in game), Riding googles, Open leather jackets with shirts / hoodies combo, Variety of biker boots (Studded/Shinguard Boots – like the LOST NPC’s already have in the game) More grunge / dirty styled clothing, tattered jeans, chains on jeans, etc.
Additional chopper modifications: More variety of tanks for EVERY bike, extended & interchangable handle-bars, more variety of exhausts, no LOST emblem on the daemon seats, blacked out engines, more color options for tyres instead of just white-wall
Custom Bike Shop: We deserve quality modifications, designs, paint jobs & livery (if you won’t give us our own shop, then open up Benny’s to choppers and we’ll pay for upgrades to our bikes!)
More chopper bikes: Give us the rest of the bikes from TLAD – Diabolus, Zombie, Revenant, Lycan & Nightblade, or create something new! (NOT sports bikes)
More variety of physical attributes: Better biker beards, especially long beards like Trevor, punk / rock hairstyles, more variety of tattoos and piercings (like the LOST NPCs already have in game)
Access to bars / accessible clubhouse locations in GTA V (Tequi-la-la, Mojito Inn, Mirror Park Tavern, Hen House, etc)
YouTuber Banished Breed put together a video explaining the need for more biker-themed content and what exactly Rockstar could bring to the table.
Would you like to see motorcycle DLC for Grand Theft Auto 5? Let us know in the comments below nd make sure to follow us on Facebook or more of today’s gaming news as it happens.
Have a few years of freelance journalism under my belt. Enjoy writing and bringing news to gamers around the world.