The trailer for the forthcoming mode looks like it's going to be a lot of fun, with a simplistic but wonderful visual style that really brings the game together, and channels back to the good ol' days of racing - like with the original Micro Machines on the NES.
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GTA Online, the online mode of the popular Grand Theft Auto V, received plenty of new content in the past few months, and an additional play mode will be hitting the game very soon. The power-ups featured in the trailer seemingly assist you in this regard rather than taking the lead, so aggression - which is inadvisable in regular races - is the primary strategy here.
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That is, as long as you're not trying to pull off the outrageous stunts, heists, or slayings that the game's super-advanced physics simulations make possible.
Taking all of this into consideration, it's great to see that Rockstar Games is still supporting Grand Theft Auto 5 almost four years after its release date. On top of that, you'll also be able to burn out with Green Tire Smoke from LS Customs, available for 50 percent off today.