A new RC toy car from Grand Theft Auto Online will be launched with dangerous weaponry and all sorts of custom options to pack a tiny wallop. If buying it is not really on your priorities list, then you can earn double rewards by sampling it in a series of new races. Aside from this, you can get free cash only for logging in.
You can get up to $1 million as you will get $250K in GTA cash each weekend you log into GTA Online in February. The reward of each week will populate the following weekend into your Maze Bank account.
In addition to this, you can get both double RP and cash in any of the eight new races centered around the new RC Bandito: Trailer Park Dash, Beach Please, All Downhill From Here, Air Traffic Control, Paleto Bae, Docking Around, Go For ‘Broke, and Tee’d Off. You can also get double the goodies mentioned above from the Running Back (Remix) mode or from any Stunt Race. The whole month of February you will be able to get twice as many goodies from a variety of modes, according to Rockstar.
You need to own an Arena first if you want to make the RC Bandito your own because you will need somewhere to store it. At the moment you can get 30% off of several Arena items including Boost Upgrades, Workshop Mechanics and more. After that, you need to go to Southern San Andreas Super Autos, and you can modify it as it comes with its own workstation. Special lids and liveries can also be added or you can mod it to drop mines or make vertical jumps.
Some other items that are on sale are: Brakes & Handling (Vehicles & Aircraft) – 30% off, Ocelot Pariah – 30% off, Pegassi Tezeract – 30% off, Hunter – 35% off, Ocelot Swinger – 30% off, Overflod Tyrant – 30% off, Buzzard – 35% off, Hotring Sabre – 35% off, Vapid Hustler – 30% off, Hydra – 35% off, Engines (Vehicles & Aircraft) – 30% off, Suspension – 30% off.
Katie Tachuck is a reporter for News Lair. After graduating from UCLA, Katie got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a investigative journalist and producer. Katie has also worked as a columnist for the The Santa Fe New Mexican. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.