Get On GTA Online’s Grid With The Latest “Tron” Spoof DLC

Grand Theft Auto 5 Online has expanded so much that you can literally do just about anything that crosses your mind in the game, especially now, with this latest update.

If watching TV or playing video games in GTA seems lame, you can always convert to a life of misdemeanor and become a criminal mastermind. If not, you could just become the racing driver you’ve always wanted to be or even Evel Knievel’s Doppelganger.

In their latest release, though, Rockstar lets you relive (or try for the first time) the 1980’s arcade-style video games through a Tron spoof. The new mode even adds a new bike, called the Shotaro, that bears an uncanny resemblance to Tron’s light cycles, and a light suit to match it.

The new “Deadline” adversary mode pits four players against each other in an arena and allows them to use the aforementioned motorcycles’ light trail to demolish any competitor unfortunate enough to come in contact with it. And the best part is that all it takes to go on Los Santos’ grid is a lot of free time.

To make matters more entertaining, between the Bikers DLC and this update, Rockstar has also released a Halloween special package, as well as a few extra bikes and cars.



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