Rockstar Games has now officially announced when Grand Theft Auto Online players can take part in the game's forthcoming Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit, with fans being able to enjoy the new racing feature on Tuesday, March 14. As it happens, the upcoming Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit for Grand Theft Auto Online is set to provide 20 new Stunt Races that were designed specifically for special vehicles.
More exactly, Rockstar Games has declared that the Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit was "custom built" for such lavish rides as the Rocket Voltic, Ruiner 2000, and Blazer Aqua. As soon as the Special Vehicle Circuit arrives next week, Rockstar Games has revealed that players will be able to also head over to Legendary Motorsport and pick up the sleek Lamborghini-like Progen GP1 super car, which can be seen in the image directly below.
In order to get Grand Theft Auto Online's players prepared for next week’s addition to Cunning Stunts, Rockstar Games will implement new bonuses that will go live this weekend and run through Monday, March 13. Interestingly enough, this will be a special that runs on top of the ongoing deals including Double GTA$ & RP Stunt Race. Additionally, GTA Online fans will be able to pick up Executive Offices and Office Garages for 25% off, and they can take advantage of CEO bonuses for the entire weekend as well.
As a means to help Grand Theft Auto Online fans get ready for next Tuesday, Warstock is going to provide discounts on SecuroServ prices for Special Vehicles. Not to mention, Special Vehicle Missions are going to offer players Double GTA$ & RP throughout the entire weekend. Finally, Bodyguards and Associates are going to get a Double GTA$ salary raise during the period ahead of Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit's release.
As it happens, the aforementioned Stunt Races are not the only updates that Rockstar Games has planned for the future of Grand Theft Auto Online. The developer also intends to add some more new Adversary Modes as well, with the company promising to release one called Resurrection that is meant to be a take on dodgeball with the game's typical dark humor, as well as a mode called Top Down that hearkens back to the 2D era of GTA with an above-camera view. Undoubtedly, all of these additions to Grand Theft Auto Online have managed to keep fans satiated for the time being, as players continue to show up in droves to populate the virtual city streets of Los Santos to experience the fresh content and events.
Grand Theft Auto Online and its latest offerings are available to play now through Grand Theft Auto 5 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Source: Rockstar Newswire