May 04, 2017 11:10 AM EDT
Rockstar Games Announces Great News For 'GTA 5', But Game Hits By Mystery Bug And Some Tech Issues [VIDEO]
Rockstar Games is getting another new set of weekly bonuses and discounts for its popular action-adventure game "GTA 5." The game developer made the big announcement this week.
The New York-based game developer has just announced the latest wave of bonuses and discounts for "GTA 5," including an extension of the titular Tiny Racers bonus event. The developer also announced that it will be extending bonuses on the recently released Tiny Racers mode. Most of the new offers revolve around in-game motorcycles, the GameSpot reported.
Starting today through May 15, Biker Contact Missions will double the GTA$ and RP, while certain biker-centric purchases are getting some 25 percent off. The discount covers also clubhouses along with their customization options, biker business properties, and select vehicles, the website added.
Additionally, Rockstar is also giving discounts on various weapons and vehicles, which include Progen T20, Nagasaki Shotaro, Western Company Annihilator and Nagasaki Buzzard. The Vapid Desert Raid and the Vapid Trophy Truck are also included in the list of discounted weapons and vehicles. For more about the discounts on vehicles and weapons, check out the full list at The Daily Express website.
Meanwhile, "GTA 5" players are reporting some weird happenings on the game. Players are complaining that Store Clerks are nowhere to be found on "GTA 5" game. The newly discovered bug is reportedly affecting "GTA 5" players on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Reports said that the mystery money-making problems started around the same time the new weekly bonuses were launched. However, store clerks aren't the only thing missing in the game, players are also having a problem with their cars in their garages, while others having issue setting bounties, the Kotaku reported.
In other gaming-related news, the sequel to the GTA 5 is believed to be in the works now. Rockstar Games has not yet provided any details about "GTA 6," but rumors are already swirling around the web about the sequel. Some are already suggesting that the much-talked "GTA 6" will not be released before 2020 and that the sequel will be launched alongside next-gen consoles, Microsoft's Xbox Two and Sony's PlayStation 5.
As expected by many "GTA 5 fans, the sequel will also be released for Windows PC, but it still unclear if it will be available for the existing gaming consoles (PS4 and Xbox One). Then, there's another big challenge for Rockstar, the developer also needs to consider the PS4 Pro, Xbox One S, and the much-awaited Xbox Scorpio when producing the sequel.