$2 Million In Rewards Coming To GTA Online
Developer, Rockstar Games, today announced an exciting mixture of huge cash rewards and discount sales promising Grand Theft Auto Online players a fun and rewarding month into the build up of Red Dead Redemption’s 2 release.
GTA Online players are no strangers to the regular injection of new vehicles, activities and discounts, but for the month of October, the dial has been turned way up. The Karin Futo, Bollokan Prairie and Imponte Ruiner all arrive with new liveries, alongside huge cash bonus rewards.
Players will be rewarded with $300,000 in bonus cash, alongside a new wireframe body suit, just by logging in before October 15th, with the deposit planned to hit accounts by October 22nd.
Those eager for the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 will be treated to an additional $250,000 if they have completed the special Stone Hatchet and Double-Action Revolver Challenges. If you’ve yet to master these two challenges, an additional $250,000 will be awarded for each, should you complete them in time. Finally, a further $250,000 will be rewarded the following week, for a total of $1,000,000.
If that’s not enough, you can double up your takings to $2,000,000 if you have pre-ordered any digital edition of Red Dead Redemption 2 on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
What better to accompany huge cash rewards that huge sales across a range of Grand Theft Auto Online products. Players can enjoy a variety of discounts and sales on premium vehicles, aircraft, properties and add-ons.
Premium Vehicle Sale
- Dinka Jester Classic – 30% Off
- Vapid Dominator GTX – 30% Off
- Ocelot Swinger – 30% Off
- Overflod Autarch – 30% Off
- Festival Bus – 25% Off
- Ocelot Pariah – 30% Off
Aircraft, Properties & Add-ons Sale
- Elitas Travel Aircraft Catalog – 35% Off
- 10-Car Garages – 35% Off
- Nightclub Add-Ons & Renovations 25% Off
- Executive Garages – 35% Off
- After Hours Clothing – 25% Off
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