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‘GTA 5 Online’ Update: ‘GTA 5’ New DLC Update Introduces New Tiny Racers Game Mode; ‘GTA 5’ Cheats, Free Money [VIDEO]

Rockstar Games revealed a brand new update for the action-adventure video game, "GTA 5 Online." The new "GTA 5 Online" DLC update introduces a new top-down racing game mode, dubbed as the Tiny Racers.

With new "GTA 5 Online" DLC update called a Tiny Racers game mode, players will be able to compete in the game's stunt races. The races will be in a top-down that resembles the previous GTA games. The official trailer advises "GTA 5 Online" players to utilize power-ups and take out other racers to win. Nonetheless, "GTA 5 Online" players won't have to wait long as the new "GTA 5 Online" DLC update will be up for grabs on April 25, Daily Star reported.

While "GTA 5 Online" players are waiting for the upcoming "GTA 5 Online" DLC update, the video game company is offering one-day bonuses in the video game in honor of the 4/20 holiday. The weed farm business and business upgrades will have a 50 percent off, and profits obtained from weed sales will net 50 percent additional money. Also, if "GTA 5 Online" players head over to LS Customs, the green tire smoke upgrade is available for half price, Polygon reported.

On the other hand, there's an easy way to generate a great amount of cash in "GTA 5." First up, a "GTA 5" player must choose the two characters whom the player would like to make rich. Drive one to each of the beaches closest on the maps above and below, then swim out to sea to reach the marked location and locate the underwater wreck.

From there, the "GTA 5" player must locate the glowing briefcases. The moment the player swims up to an item and are credited with recovering the money, the "GTA 5" player must immediately switch to the other character to do the same task. Now, the player can switch back and forth, firing up this same effect repeatedly until the "GTA 5" player will generate however much money the player want, US Gamer reported.

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