New GTA Online Bikers update announced

Rockstar has officially announced/details GTA V’s next big addition: Bikers.

The new update will bring the “eagerly anticipated ability” to form and lead your very own Motorcycle Club for up to eight players. It will further introduce “new roles to play from fresh Prospects to club Presidents with a massive slate of new competitive and co-op gameplay.” It will also bring new motorcycles, properties (that include MC Clubhouses with a special custom Biker mechanic, and venues for “business ventures.”


Beyond a range of opportunities to climb the ranks within a gang and build lucrative businesses as a formidable MC, Bikers also includes a selection of appropriately-themed new modes for bikers of all kinds, along with new weapons, styles, tattoos and features to make this a huge addition to the world of GTA Online.”

“And while loyal MCs will fight to expand their foothold alongside black-collar CEOs and Organizations, there’s always another opportunity to make your mark just around the corner. Keep an eye out for high-level, high-risk vehicle based business ventures to spring up across Los Santos and Blaine County soon.”

The dev also talked a little about the rest of the year for GTA Online, which included continued opportunities for bonus GTA$ and RP in select activities, discounts, and new weekly Premium Stunt Races.

The update has no release date yet.

My Opinion:

There are still millions of people playing GTA Online everyday. That’s insane to me. Understandable, but insane. Personally, my adventures with my character “Cho” are long over.

Tyler Fischer is a Senior Writer for MONG who plays video games when he’s not busy researching alien conspiracy theories at 2AM. You can find him on Twitter.

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