Grand Theft Auto V has outlined the next week of bonuses and discounts for GTA Online, and players will be able to nab a cool GTA$1.7 million thanks to this week's update--although a million of that is reserved for players who stay on top of their Daily Objectives.
First up, players who have not logged in for May yet will automatically get GTA$500,000 when they jump in. If you grabbed the game while it was free on the Epic Games Store but haven't played yet, now's the time. Another GTA$200,000 will be given to any players who have connected a Twitch Prime account to their Rockstar Social Club account--it might take a few days to appear, though.
Daily Objectives are unlocked at Rank 15, and you're given three a day. To earn the other GTA$1 million, you'll need to complete ten of them over the next week. You have until May 27, so if you want that $1 million you'd better start today if you want that cash.
Meanwhile, Hunting Pack is this week's triple-reward mode, giving players 3x GTA$ and RP if they win. Freemode events are also offering up triple rewards this week, while Mobile Operations Rewards and Stockpile dogfights will give you double the usual payout.
Also available this week is the Blue Jock Cranley Jumpsuit, so you can suit up like a true daredevil. The Bravado Half-Track is this week's Lucky Wheel car, if you've been looking for something beefy to hoon around in.
In other freebies and discounts, you can get a Firework Launcher and ammo for free this week, and free Mobile Operation Center liveries, including Stars & Stripes, Eagle Claw, Eagle Claw Flag, Fighting Freedom. Hangers are 50% off, as are modifications and add-ons for them.
Finally, here's a list of vehicle discounts for this week.
- Truffade Thrax: 40% off
- Declasse Scramjet: 40% off
- TM-02 Khanjali: 40% off
- All Yachts: 40% off
- BF Ramp Buggy: 50% off
- Mammoth Patriot Stretch: 50% off
- Buckingham Akula: 50% off
- Volatol: 50% off
- Mammoth Tula: 80% off (Twitch Prime only)
- Grotti Furia: 60% off (Twitch Prime only)
Take-Two, the parent company that owns Grand Theft Auto, has a whopping 93 games in development at the moment--but it won't confirm if any of them is a new GTA. V continues to do very well, and has now sold over 130 million copies.
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