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A New Robbery Awaits in GTA Online

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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Do you like making money in GTA Online? Do you like robbing people in GTA Online? Well, you might be interested in checking it out this week.

The Lost Contract is the new robbery, now available to launch from the Job Board at a player’s Auto Shop. There’s also a new vehicle, the Emperor Vectre, now available from Legendary Motorsport.

You can receive double GTA$ and RP in the Pursuit Series and Siege Mentality. There’s also a new Prize Ride Challenge. Car Meet Members who win 3 Sprints for 4 days in a row this week will win the Karin Futo GTX sitting atop the Vapid Slamtruck at the LS Car Meet.

The unreleased Pfister Growler is now available to try out at the LS Car Meet’s Test Track, alongside the Dinka Jester RR and the newly released Emperor Vectre. LSCM Membership Rewards include a last chance for the LS Customs Varsity Jacket for visiting the LS Car Meet and the GTA$250K bonus for those who reach Reputation Level 20 by August 18.

The Lampadati Michelli GT is this week’s top prize at the Lucky Wheel. Vehicle discounts include 30% off the Lampadati Tigon, Mammoth Squaddie, and RO-86 Alkonost, plus 40% off the Vapid Ellie and Grotti Itali GTO. There’s also a 50% off Executive Offices.

Players who connect their Social Club account with Prime Gaming will get a GTA$100K bonus for playing any time this week, plus the Auto Shop property located in Strawberry for free. Any Prime Gaming member who buys it at full price will be given a 100% rebate. Finally, receive 50% off the Benefactor BR8 and 80% off the Coquette Blackfin as part of the Prime Gaming discounts.

Learn more about this week’s GTA Online mayhem at Rockstar Newswire.


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.