Rockstar Games has announced today that a new GTA Online mode is on its way to the game.
This new GTA Online mode, called Deadline, it’s a 4v4 match in which players ride Shotaro bikes. These bikes emit a light trail and what players have to do is force other players to run into that trail.
Playing this mode will get players the Shotaro bike, a bike that can light up the whole city.
Thanks to Deadline, players will receive double GTA$ and RP until November 21, as well these discounts.
- Biker Businesses — 25%
- Karin Technical — 25% (Heist completion requirement waived)
- Savage — 25% (Heist completion requirement waived)
- MTL Brickade — 50%
- Bullet Ammo — 25%
- Throwables and Explosives — 25%
- Body Armor — 25%
- Drum & Box Magazines — 25%
You can find a trailer for the Deadline mode down here.
However, GTA Online is famous for the large number of hackers and cheaters you can find in that game. This is a huge problem affecting the game, but it seems Rockstar Games has updated its ban policy and deleted all illegitimately gained money.
Moreover, Rockstar stated that those who are caught cheating will only be given one chance to stop, otherwise they will be permanently banned.
To keep the gameplay environment clean we have removed all illegitimately gained money from player accounts. If you received an alert saying that your shared bank balance was changed, that is because you had illegitimate money in your account.
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Grand Theft Auto V is already out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.