Mar 23, 2017 02:00 PM EDT
RockStar Games's Latest 'GTA 5 Online' Update Highlights The Nasty-Looking Hijak Ruston Sports Car [VIDEO]
The latest update for Rockstar Games' action-adventure game "GTA 5 Online" goes live this week. The latest GTA 5 update includes a number new tools for Stunt Race creation, a follow on from the game's previously launched Special Vehicle Circuit content add-on. Rockstar Games made the release this week.
GameSpot has just learned earlier that this week's "GTA 5 Online" update aims to highlight the abilities of some vehicles such as the Blazer Aqua, Ruiner 2000 and Rocket Voltic by adding some stuff like new props, boosts refills and explosive crates. A newly added Stunt Tubes will send drivers on their wildest trip through alternative dimensions, and destructible walls will add serious carnage on the tracks.
This week's latest "GTA 5 Online" update followed the release of last week's Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit, which also goes live on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. That update brought in 20 brand new tracks on board, with each customized made for the unique abilities of vehicles. Additionally, last week's update also added a new Supercar Progen GP1, which now available for purchase.
But the real star of this week's "GTA 5 Online" update is the newly added car called Hijak Ruston. Already talks of the GTA community, the Hijak Ruston is a lightweight and pint-sized addition to the Sports class that can be bought in-game on Xbox One, PS4, and PC at a whopping $430,000, according to the UK-based The Express. Rockstar said earlier that the Ruston's low profile will get some players the ride they're looking for, it will give GTA 5 players some tight turns and even tighter clenches. To learn more about the new Hijak Ruston, check out the Youtube video made by MrBossFTW below.
Rockstar Games has already promised the "GTA 5 Online" players, announcing more updates coming in the weeks ahead. These updates might include new additions to the Creator like the new Stunt Race props and more. Last week, the "GTA 5 Online" developer teased more upcoming content, which includes some classic GTA vehicles like the much talked morbid muscle car.