Games like GTA Online require regular content updates to keep their playerbase engaged with the game. The game is almost a decade old and after such a long time, it is quite clear that the original player base of the title must have grown bored of it and gone.
There's no denying that when Rockstar announced they would be turning down the Operator Mk II, most players were ecstatic. The vehicle is notorious for being a 'sad' device and is widely considered to be every GTA Online player's worst nightmare.
Rockstar has promised to improve many aspects of the game, and two such improvements have already surfaced. Players will now be able to use snacks and armor more efficiently, and sell missions can also be accessed in an invitation-only session.
One of the major changes that Rockstar will bring with the next update is increased payouts across all parts of the game. Increased pay will be given to bodyguards, aides and MC members to promote and reward cooperative play.
The biggest feature of the Summer Update showcased by Rockstar are the new contact missions. This will be quite different from any liaison missions previously released as they will be provided by the IAA, the CIA's spoofed version of Rockstar.