GTA Online New Goodies – Free Vehicle, Triple Money And Rewards Plus Outfits!

Rockstar’s GTA Online’s popularity has sky-rocketed thanks to the ongoing events and the rise of GTA Online RP recently.

The game constantly packs weeks full of double cash and RP, plus the incentives convince multiple people to join the game world.

This week, the players who join the game are rewarded a free sports car, plus outfits inspired by Jack Cranley. This week’s event includes Prime Gaming bonuses and extra discounts, plus triple cash and RP for numerous challenges and modes.

GTA Online was very active lately, though the rumours regarding the upcoming GTA 6 title kept piling up. Many players commit fictional crimes in the game’s world, and more players recently joined GTA Online servers.

Rockstar Games stated that all players who logged into the game this week received the Lampadati Ropos Rallye, which is an elegant offroad performer, and it can also run at high speeds on the tarmac.

The login rewards also include free outfits.

The week is also full of triple rewards on hunting Pack and Freemode events, plus double rewards on Transform Races. There are also extra discounts for Prime Gaming. Any GTA Online player who links their Rockstar Games Social Club account with Prime Gaming is granted an unrestricted Submarine.

This week’s event is the follow-up to the news of a mysterious Rockstar website that sparked GTA 6 rumours, in which one leaker stated that they are actually about a GTA Online update. Rockstar’s prolonged support of GTA Online may not be the best sign of a big release in the franchise anytime soon, but it does much good to GTA Online players who felt the need for the bonuses and freebies granted by the developers.

Tonia Nissen
Based out of Detroit, Tonia Nissen has been writing for Optic Flux since 2017 and is presently our Managing Editor. An experienced freelance health writer, Tonia obtained an English BA from the University of Detroit, then spent over 7 years working in various markets as a television reporter, producer and news videographer. Tonia is particularly interested in scientific innovation, climate technology, and the marine environment.