Grand Theft Auto 5: GTA Online Receives New Jobs, Weapons And More

A few verified courses plus some new Rockstar content.

Posted By | On 08th, Feb. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @@Martintoney2012

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Grand Theft Auto V is nearly available on every major gaming platform now, and the games runaway success hasn’t seen developers Rockstar resting on their laurels. With the games most recent iteration set to drop on the PC soon on March 25th, alongside the highly anticipated Heist group missions, Rockstar have indeed been busy crafting more for players to do in the game, bringing in 10 new jobs to the game.

The Stealth Required Last Team Standing will pit players against each other in the woods around Raton Canyon in a classic game of last team standing but with the added difficulty of terrain and trees. The developers says, “Stay out of sight or approach carefully. Take your time to take the opposition out one by one.” The San Andreas Shootout Last Team Standing pits two teams against each other in a classic cops vs robbers scenario with the thieves starting out atop a garage and armed to the teeth.

Lumberjack Last Team Standing will give players access to four buzzards and four rhino tanks to do battle with against the opposing team. Close Quarters Last Team Standing is a four round arena styled last team standing match in enclosed and frantic areas. Bowl Brawl Last Team Standing is more of a conventional match with both teams spawning near SMG’s in the Vinewood Bowl.

Contend: Zombie Town will pit you and your team against the knife wielding inhabitants of Grapeseed as your work your way to the capture bag, teamwork is essential here. Rodeo Loop is your typical collision causing course with the tag line of “less haste, more speed”. Border War is set in the rolling dunes of the Grand Senora Desert and is apparently best played at night with the rain beating down. Communicate with your team and stick to cover if you want to survive and avoid enemy fire.

Bahama West Mama Mia is a short but controlled race through a number of difficult turns and alleyways that will reward only the best racers. The Slipstream GP is compared to a Formula 1 race track as it’s filled with hairpin bends, tortuous chicanes and elevation changes that will also reward only the racers with skill enough to finish it.

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