GTA 5 Online: Biker DLC
GTA 5 Online: Bikers DLC release time zones, missing trailer mystery and how to stay rich Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games is expected to release the Bikers DLC aka Biker update for GTA Online in the next few hours as avid GTA fans await the launch of yet another biggest title update in the popular action-RPG game. Meanwhile, renowned YouTuber MrBossFTW aka Ross has revealed a bunch of intriguing details regarding the Bikers DLC release times across various zones of the world alongside some tips and tricks to stay rich in the game, during the release of the upcoming title update.

If the past is any indication, it is widely speculated that Rockstar will roll out the Biker Update around 5:00am EST (4:00am CST or 2:00am PST) on 4 October. This theory gains further momentum as Rockstar has released all previous DLCs at this particular time, except for the Heists update which came out sometime around 12:00am EST.

Although the Biker update is still a few hours away from its official release, one might set the update to download automatically via the game settings on the PlayStation network. However, such an option is non-existent on the Xbox One and PC wherein you will still receive a notification on the availability of the new title update in GTA Online.

Check out the full list of DLC release time zones in various countries across the globe, in the chart below:

GTA 5 Biker DLC release times
MrBossFTW via YouTube

Ross also adds that Rockstar is unlikely to release the gameplay trailer for the Bikers DLC as the company never announced anything about an impending trailer while its release time draws closer with every passing hour. However, there is every possibility that Rockstar could release a mini-gameplay trailer for the Bikers DLC following the launch.

The lack of a proper gameplay trailer for Biker update has been attributed to its smaller DLC content as much of the gameplay features like CEO offices as well as buying and selling missions already exist in the game.

As Ross explains, it would be a wiser idea to save some money by resisting the temptation of buying older DLC vehicles at massive discounts in GTA Online, ahead of the Bikers DLC release.

You could use the Buddy System in GTA Online to share DLC items that you purchased in the game. Consequently, you need not spend all your hard-earned in-game money just for checking out how the various items, weapons and vehicles handle or differ from each other.

For instance, you could participate in all CEO missions as an Associate instead of buying out the expensive CEO buildings just to assume the role of leading an organisation in the game. Additionally, you could avoid customising new DLC vehicles as there is every chance that you could lose all your custom upgrades, due to launch-time bugs and issues with the new update.