This week in Grand Theft Auto Online, developer Rockstar Games has announced via press release that a new Adversary Mode has been added into the game.
According to the developer, the new Adversary Mode titled Trap Door is the latest gore fest to land in Los Santos. Opposing teams will duke it out on a rapidly shrinking floating platform high above the Pacific and will be packed to the brim with all types of lethal weapons.
Every enemy you kill will banish into a respawn in the dreaded red zone – a purgatory-like area that only gives you a few seconds to escape back to reality and to the battlefield before you officially enter the afterlife. As per usual for new Adversary modes, there will be a double GTA$ and RP bonus for all participants now until Monday, May 21.
Of course, aside from double GTA$ and RP in Trap Door, double GTA$ and RP on Biker Business Sell Missions and Double GTA$ on Smuggler’s Run Sell Missions is up for grabs for all players for the rest of the week. While we are still on the topic of discounts and promotions, this weeks update also spotlights price cuts on select in-game vehicles, weapons, and more. As usual, a full list of these discounts will be provided below this article.
Grand Theft Auto Online is available now via Grand Theft Auto Online for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One – if you do not own the game already, you can pick it up right now on Humble Bundle.
This Week’s Grand Theft Auto Online Discounts:
In-Game Property Deal:
- Executive Garages – 30% off
Fan-Favorite Vehicles Sale:
- Mammoth Hydra – 40% off (Buy It Now & Trade Price)
- Declasse Hotring Sabre – 25% off
- Vapid GB200 – 25% off
- Vulcar Fagaloa – 25% off
- Ubermacht SC1 – 25% off
- Coil Cyclone – 25% off
- Lampadati Viseris – 25% off
- Vapid Caracara – 25% off
Weapons & Tattoos:
- All Ammo (including Mk II) – 25% off
- All Assault Rifles – 25% off
- All Sniper Rifles – 25% off
- All Shotguns – 25% off
- Doomsday Heist tattoos – 25% off
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