While things look likely to slow down in 2018, new GTA 5 Online updates are still being released by Rockstar.
This week saw the latest launch for PS4, Xbox One and PC fans, adding a new plane, a new Adversary Mode, and more in-game discounts.
GTA Online fans can now buy the P-45 Nokota at Warstock Cache & Carry, which “is an aircraft that pays homage to the glory days of aviation.”
Alongside this new vehicle is a new aerial Adversary Mode, Dogfight; in which opposing teams compete in a series of 1v1 shootouts to the death.
In addition to a number of other discounts being offered through Dynasty 8 and Ammu-nation, Dogfight will be doling out Double GTA$ & RP from today until November 13th.
Grab 25% off everything listed below through November 13th:
- 25% off Executive Office Renovations
- 25% off Executive Garage Renovations
- 25% off Executive Custom Auto Shop Renovations
- 25% off Body Armor
- 25% off Ammo
VEHICLES & CUSTOMIZATION SAVINGS
- 25% off the Pegassi Torero (Sports Classic)
- 25% off the Dune FAV (Weaponized Vehicle – both Buy It Now & Trade Price)
- 25% off Liveries (all vehicles)
- 25% off Bullet proof tires
- 25% off Vehicle armor (land vehicles & aircraft)
Rockstar have provided a new update concerning Red Dead Redemption 2 and their goals for the new console game.
Launching next year during the Spring release window, RDR 2 will be both a single-player and multiplayer experience.
Rockstar have confirmed that they will be pushing more online content in Red Dead Redemption 2, something akin to what has been seen in GTA Online.
And Take-Two Interactive’s CEO, Strauss Zelnick had this to say about the new title during the company’s Q2 earnings call with investors.
“With regard to your question on Red Dead, though I have a strong point of view, which is look, entertainment competes with every activity and no activity”, Zelnick explains.
“And to the extent that we are competitive, we compete with all of our own titles and everyone else’s titles too.
“So, I don’t think the launch of any new title specifically has a direct effect on an existing title any more than someone else launching a competitive title would affect for example how one of our titles is doing.
“If we have something great in the market and we continue to support it with great content, people will continue to show up. That’s historically the case and certainly that’s our aim. So, we think Red Dead stands alone.
“Naturally we’re incredibly excited. I think the whole market is. And, but it will stand alone and succeed on its own merits.”
While Rockstar and Take-Two are pretty confident that RDR 2 will be a success, it seems likely that the new title will pose a tempting target for both current and lapsed GTA Online players.
A new official trailer for L.A. Noire on Nintendo Switch has been released.
The Switch version includes contextual touch screen controls for portable detective work, a Joy-Con mode with gyroscopic controls, HD rumble and new wide and over-the-shoulder camera angles.
Set amid the post-war boom of Hollywood’s Golden Age, L.A. Noire follows newly-minted officer Cole Phelps as he embarks on a desperate search for truth in a city where everyone has something to hide.
L.A. Noire for the Nintendo Switch includes the complete original game plus all additional downloadable content, and will be available in-store and digitally via the Nintendo eShop on November 14.
If you download LA Noire from the eShop, you will need 29GB free on your Switch.
However, there’s just one small problem – there’s not enough space on the Switch’s internal storage to download it.
Nintendo’s hybrid console comes with 32GB of base storage – however approximately 6.2GB of that is used by the system itself.
So, anyone hoping to install LA Noire on their Nintendo Switch will need to buy a microSD card.
Even if you decide to get the physical version of LA Noire, you will still need a 14GB digital download before you can play the cartridge.
Published at Thu, 09 Nov 2017 19:00:00 +0000