Nagasaki Outlaw Rolls Into GTA Online

You can off the beaten path with Grand Theft Auto Online's newest vehicle, the second ATV in a short while. There are also standard bonuses and discounts to sink your teeth into this week, allowing you to earn big while buying the items and vehicles you need for cheap.

The new Nagasaki Outlaw is a small but hardy exposed ATV. Resembling a hardcore quad with a roll cage strapped to it, the Outlaw fits a lot of power into an unassuming package. The design has many modern trappings but is ultimately functional.


Customization and upgrade options are somewhat limited, though that is to be expected from a vehicle that isn't only small, but comprised of so much empty space. The Nagasaki Outlaw can be yours immediately for GTA$ 1,268,000, or for the trade price of GTA$ 951,000.

When it comes to bonuses this week, Rockstar has chosen to boost the payouts of an Adversary Mode. Overtime Rumble, featuring cars parachuting onto huge target boards suspended mid-air over downtown Los Santos from insane distances, is paying out double GTA$ and RP all week.

If you're in the market for a new, hyper-fast, hyper-modern hypercar, but don't have the funds to cover the hyper price, The Diamond Casino & Resort has you covered. A pre-customized Progen Emerus is spinning on the podium, waiting for the fortunate gambler to win it from the Lucky Wheel.

A number of properties and vehicles are discounted this week. The markdowns include the Master Penthouse and all upgrades and decorations for it at 25% off. You can also grab a Mobile Operations Center at 40% off. That same discount applies to several vehicles, such as the Khanjali, the three variants of the Scarab, the Chernobog, the B-11 Strikeforce, the P-996 Lazer, the Mammoth Hydra and the BF Ramp Buggy.

Aron Gerencser
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