Grand Theft Auto Online will give players The Business Update on March 4.
Rockstar revealed the next free content update for Grand Theft Auto 5 and its multiplayer counterpart on Thursday.
The Business Update focuses on status symbols for Los Santos' successful entrepreneurs: three new sports cars and a Vestra personal aircraft, a Heavy Pistol and Special Carbine, and new clothes, hairstyles, tattoos, and masks.
The cars and weapons will be automatically added to the garage's and arsenals of GTA 5's single-player mode, while online characters will have to spend their in-game cash to purchase them individually.
Rockstar promised more details are soon to come for The Business Update's upcoming Event Weekend, as well as future updates for online heists and new side missions for story mode.
After this weekend the items added in the Valentine's Day Massacre Special will be off the market, meaning players who want the mobster-themed weapons, vehicles, and clothes will be otherwise out of luck after midnight PST on Sunday.
Rockstar is the target of a lawsuit from Karen Gravano of VH1's Mob Wives, who claims her likeness and story was used without her permission for a random-encounter character in GTA 5's story mode.