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GTA V Online ‘The High Life’ Update Details

Rockstar games just release details on the upcoming ‘The High Life’ update for GTA Online. The automatic update will launch this Tuesday May 13th. New features include multi-property ownership, the Bullpup Rifle, new high-end apartments, four new vehicles, and more.

The Los Santos real estate market is expanding with five new options. These prime locations include the Eclipse Towers, and the Richards Majestic. All new locations now feature the latest in interior design. With multi-property ownership, you will now be able to own two unique properties at the same time.

With two properties comes double the garage space. Why not take advantage of this with the four new vehicles introduced in this update. They include the Enus Huntly S (SUV), the Dinka Thrust (Motorcycle), the Dewbauchee Massacro (Sports) and the Pegassi Zentorno (Super). Each of these vehicles will be available for purchase from Legendary Motorsports, and will be accessible in both story mode and online. There will also be a new race option called ‘Non Contact’. This will allow players to be able to race without worrying about collisions with other players. Other players will appear semi-transparent and players will still be able to collide with normal traffic.

Players will also get to play with Ammu-Nation’s latest arrival, the powerful Bullpup Rifle. Also, a new Mental State player stat will now show players just how passive or psychotically unhinged other players are acting in your session – so you’ll know if you need to have guns ready at all times. The High Life Update also includes new wardrobe options, vehicle horns and player toasts/celebrations as well as 15 new Jobs – including 5 new Contact Missions.

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