Following the release of the rather sumptuous offerings in Grand Theft Auto Online‘s Gunrunning update, Rockstar Games has beefed the multiplayer component of GTA 5 once more with the Independence Day update, which adds a brand new game mode as well as a fresh Super Car. The developer has made these specific assets and more available to the game now, as those who sign in today will be able to check out the Adversary Mode known as Dawn Raid and the rather pricey vehicle called the Dewbauchee Vagner.
When it comes to the Dewbauchee Vagner, Grand Theft Auto Online fans can get a gander at the Super Car in the image below, but in order to unlock it in the game at Legendary Motorsport, it will set them back $1,535,000 of in-game currency. According to Rockstar, though, those who purchase it in order to navigate the streets of Los Santos even more rapidly than before won’t be disappointed, as “it’s designed for one thing and one thing only: speed.”
As far as Grand Theft Auto Online‘s new Adversary Mode is concerned, Dawn Raid will have two teams of up to six players parachute into a combat zone in order to search for a transmitter hidden inside of a package. The shared objective of the players will be to find the piece of transmission technology and transport it to the evacuation zone with the assistance of plenty of weapons and ammo, as well as Night and Thermal Vision Goggles. To find the right package, fans will have to use the Trackify app, but doing so will open them up to enemy fire.
In addition to the aforementioned Super Car and Adversary Mode, Grand Theft Auto Online‘s Independence Day update brings back firework launchers, classic outfits, the Western Sovereign and the Liberator Monster Truck through July 10, and players can obtain them for 25% off their original prices. Not to mention, Docktease will be running celebratory specials on all Watercraft, including all three Galaxy Super Yacht models, setting their prices at 25% off. Plus, there are two new free t-shirts to pick up, as well as discounts on stunt suits and outfits.
All things considered, Rockstar Games doesn’t seem to be taking its foot off the accelerator when it comes to post-launch support for Grand Theft Auto Online. The developer’s parent company, Take-Two Interactive, has expressed that the franchise will “rest” such features at some point in the future, but it doesn’t look like now’s the time.
Grand Theft Auto Online is available now through Grand Theft Auto 5 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: Rockstar Games