GTA 5's new content update will include an expansion of the game's Lowrider offering.
Having focused on helping players spend their cash in the two Ill-Gotten Gains updates, Rockstar now look to be turning their attentions to expanding the vehicles on offer to fans.
Ten new car variants look set to be added in the yet-to-be-announced patch, including the four-door Moonbeam and a 'clean' version of the existing Voodoo.
Dataminers have posted new coding for the update, which includes the word "LOW" in the title.
It would seem likely that the underlying theme of Lowrider culture will also see the addition of more clothing options, as well as the possibility of new weapons.
Rockstar have yet to announce their plans for future updates and whether a new Story Mode DLC is set to be launched in 2015.
Shawn Fonteno, the voice of Franklin in GTA 5, has been teasing fans on Instagram with the possibility of a new paid-for content pack being developed by Rockstar.
The Taken King's creative director, Luke Smith, says they're big changes planned for Destiny.
Smith hinted at further changes for the PlayStation and Xbox, including increasing the number of Bounties players can carry, allowing both Quests and Bounty slots to be tracked in the HUD, reputations being moved from inventory to the quests page and completed bounties to be turned in from the Quests screen.
Writing on the Bungie Blog, he confirmed: "In the coming weeks and months, we're going to be using this space to look at some of the big changes coming in Destiny: The Taken King this Fall.
"The first of these global changes we're going to talk about is how we're approaching Quests in Year Two.
"In many ways, these were the earliest tendrils of how we'd come to think about Quests in Destiny. Quests are an arrangement of activities and challenges that tell a story and represent a journey for the player.
"We want Destiny to provide more experiences like that.
"The 2.0 update includes a number of improvements for all Destiny players and in the coming weeks DeeJ and members of the Bungie team will continue to share them with you."
Bioware having been showing off some of Mass Effect: Andromeda's secrets to fans.
That according to the studio's senior development director, Chris Wynn, who says the team are still looking to gather feedback on ME4 before its Holiday 2016 release date.
"Currently showing secret stuff to some fans, for feedback and thoughts on some of the work in Mass Effect Andromeda," Wynn tweeted.
It seems likely with still such a long time till launch that any major concerns raised by fans could help shape Mass Effect: Andromeda.