"GTA 5 Online" players can celebrate a wonderful Independence Day with the newest update from Rockstar Games.
The update will bring in two new vehicles--the Sovereign motorcycle and the Liberator monster truck--as well as a few new ammos, like the Musket or the Firework Rocket Launcher. More properties have been added to the Dynasty 8 rolls, 12 more varieties with different fuse lengths, and the ability to ride the Ferris Whale and the Leviathan Roller Coaster over at Pleasure Pier.
"This limited-time update also features an overabundance of patriotic flare: show off nationalistic pride with a "Made in the U.S.A." t-shirt, a backwoods mullet or let the eagle soar with an animal mask feature this great nation's most fearsome and majestic creatures," said Rockstar Games via the Newswire.
In addition to all the fine new stuff, the "GTA 5 Online" Independence Day Special update will bring some new adjustments and tune-ups, as in the new On Call Matchmaking function, which will let you accept a Job invite while playing in the Freemode until the Job fills up. This eliminates the need to wait for the Job to start.
The Independence Day Special Update will be available until mid-July, but Rockstar has stated that they will be announcing expiration dates for redemption when it comes. When downloading, you need to also download the automatic update, while those playing on the Xbox 360 will need another compatibility pack once you launch "GTA Online."
'GTA V' Casino DLC Gets More Leaks
Back when "GTA 5" was first released, among the first DLC leaks that have been spotted by fans who went deep into the source code of the game was the Casino Game for "GTA Online."
While there have been other leaks and rumours surrounding "GTA V," it seems that fans have continued trying to dig into the source code, and have somehow managed to find a few more clues to the "GTA 5" Casino DLC. iDigital Times reports that the newest leak has pointed to some gambling leaks that hint to the casinos previously spotted for "GTA V Online."
The leak comes, yet again, from YouTube user DomisLive, who is also responsible for showing off the eight "GTA Online" missions recently rumoured. Part of the leak includes animations for dealers, courtesy of another group of "GTA 5 Online" leak providers, ECB2.
As far as the broadcasted leaks are concerned, the video below shows off one from DomisLive.
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