This week’s deal in GTA Online makes the acquisition of Executive Offices with respective upgrades twice as simple by cutting the prices by 50%.
Starting today, Grand Theft Auto Online players can secure Executive Offices for just half of the original price thanks to the currently active sale. Rockstar effectively keeps the audience engaged, regularly introducing enticing discounts, generous rewards, and in-game events capable of bringing back lapsed players.
The previous GTA Online weekly update, for instance, allowed players to get a satisfying $100,000 bonus for completing Mobile Operations Missions. On top of that, finishing these tasks also rewarded gamers with double GTA$ and RP, which was quite a generous offer considering the amount of cash already included in the bonus. All the payouts should hit players’ in-game Maze Bank accounts this week. Additionally, Rockstar introduced numerous discounts including lowered prices for some of the properties and weapon upgrades.
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Rockstar announced that this week’s deal in GTA Online features halved prices for Executive Offices along with all of their respective upgrades and modifications. Players can also expect double GTA$ and RP on Special Vehicle Work, which can be launched directly from CEO’s computers located in a freshly acquired Executive Office. Triple rewards await gamers for competing in Target Assault Races and Motor Wars. Another batch of additional rewards is offered via participating in Business Battles that can result in doubling the regular amount of GTA$ and RP. Those willing to expand their car park can get the advantage of 30-40% discounts on weaponized vehicles. And as usual, the simplest task of logging in to the game grants a couple of free rewards, which include a White Vom Feur Hoodie for everyone and a Galaxy livery for the Anti-Aircraft Trailer owners of rank 100 and above.
Despite the ongoing GTA Online support with in-game events and activities, the very map of Los Santos has remained almost intact for eight years now. There’ve been minor additions like bunker entrances here and there, but in general, the island is still pretty much the same. After all these years, players are able to share their perception of every certain area of the unchanged map. Some areas are less populated while others are extremely dangerous, and this drastic difference has been recently highlighted by a GTA Online player who categorized every major location of Los Santos.
Rockstar’s offers for GTA Online players are never random as they subtly encourage gamers to invest their time in specifically highlighted activities. This week’s focus is on Executive Offices, which grant access to rewarding missions like the aforementioned Special Vehicle Work. It’s not like such tasks are being completely ignored by players, but the missions probably needed a slight boost in popularity via Rockstar’s unobtrusive guiding. At the same time, the company promotes additional spending, thus guaranteeing that GTA Online keeps generating massive revenues.
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