4th Of July Celebration Hits GTA Online


The 4th of July is coming up, and with the quintessential American holiday about to fill headlines, it makes sense for Rockstar to get with the theme in Grand Theft Auto Online as well. USA-themed exclusive vehicles, fireworks launchers are more are here to get the party started.

All the fancy, red, white and blue exclusive vehicles you love to tout during this holiday are back on sale, including the Liberator and the Patriot. You can also grab the Statue of Happiness t-shirt and the Supa Wet Beer Hat to accessorize even further.

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Bonus earning opportunities this week focus on being loud, aggressive and lining your pockets regardless of how many bodies you need to step over in the process - quite fitting. Business Battles are paying out double RP and GTA$, as is the Missile Base Series, an Adversary Mode playlist that sets a number of PvP matches in a secret silo within the bowels of Mount Chiliad.

As the saying goes, nothing is free, and while you do have to pay for the electricity used to power the system you play GTA Online on, technically you can get the Western Sovereign bike for free this week if you win the vehicle prize at the Lucky Wheel over at the Diamond Casino & Resort.

There is a huge selection of discounts on offer all week, with some highly useful vehicles and items reaching their lowest price yet, allowing you to catch up with content if you are new to the game - which many of you are, considering the recent Epic Games Store giveaway.

All Bunkers, Hangars and Facilities are 70% off, making this the best chance to get into Gunrunning, Smuggler's Run or The Doomsday Heist, if you haven't already. The Mammoth Avenger and all of its customizations are also 60% off all week, while Arcade properties, Yachts, and over a dozen vehicles are half off.

Happy Independence Day!

Aron Gerencser
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