Grand Theft Auto Online received a new update a few days ago added to six new trips. These machines are about old time Gta Online character, Gerald, and his efforts to prepare for the impending recession. Five of them are good and one of them is the worst mission I've ever played GTA at some point.
Gerald it's an old thing Gta Online character and contributor of the work. He'd been back when the machines had cutscenes on and off, back when grinding the contact was still a great way to make money and get back there Gta Online it was only on Xbox 360 and PS3. The old days. And now, years later, after his last job, he has returned and is looking for players to help him prepare for inflation that he fears will damage the criminal environment.
No, there is no specific mention of COVID-19 or anything like that, but it is impossible not to think of the deterioration of the assets we had as a result of this epidemic while playing this new equipment. Gerald is ahead of many of us and has set up a network of drug stores and assisted rivals to help fill his bank account before things go terribly wrong.
Also, there are no comics or references to COVID-19 on this tour. My guess is that these machines were used months ago. So no, you're not stealing toilet paper or cleaning supplies. Instead, he takes and consumes many drugs.
The six machines are interesting because they are mostly set up in less-used areas Gta Online. The digital world of Gta Online it is large and growing. With these machines, Rockstar seems to be updating some of the less-used sites to create new content, some might call it lazy, but I agree. It's a smart way to give players new content in a timely manner and considering that Rockstar is working from home these days, I'm just glad we found something.
If you want to play these new machines, turn on easily Gta Online, go to the pause menu, search for Rockstar-created activities and play all the activities starting with "Last Play -…".
The five types of these activities are huge, simple for friends or for themselves. One machine is up for rival drug raids, another has you and your friends looking for subtle dolls dressed in cocaine, and another has pulled teams around town to chase after the boss. None of the trips had timers and as a result, I was able to play them all individually. Well, almost all of them.
One goal, "Final Product", is bad and I hate it. The mission has provided you with truck protection from enemy waves. But this area has no good cover and enemies will be present around it and at different heights, they are often hidden behind a protective truck. It's quick and I give up because I'd rather do just about anything else. Maybe with a talented team of players, this would be very manageable, but I doubt it would be fun either.
However, the other five activities are just a good deal of new content where I and other players desperately need more things to do while sitting at home, watching the news and wondering what will happen.