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MASSIVE New Garage Heading To GTA Online & More

GTA Online’s passionate car-collecting community has a lot to get excited about today as developers Rockstar Games announce a massive new garage coming to GTA Online alongside a flurry of new content including additional stash houses, new Dead Drops, and more.

Leading the charge on the latest content update is the New Eclipse Blvd Garage, an expansive and glamorous multi-floored building designed specifically to allow players to showcase their rides in the most epic of fashion. The new garage boasts huge capacity, with Los Santos’s most avid collectors being able to showcase up to 50 vehicles across 5 floors. Each floor is a hub on its own, featuring seating, drinks, TVs, surveillance, and everything you’d need to host fantastic get-togethers. Best of all? It’s entirely free for GTA+ members through to March 15th. Everyone else can purchase the new garage from Dynasty 8’s in-game website.

MASSIVE New Garage Heading To GTA Online & More

Alongside the huge new garage, players can dive into an exciting selection of new content including:

  • The New Toundra Panthere Sports Car: Available Through February 22
  • New Stash Houses will be available to rob on a daily basis
  • New Dead Drops will be added to the map

For more information on what’s coming with today’s update, check out the official website.

Source: Press Release
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