GTA Online Adds Declasse Tornado Rat Rod; Customize Your Own Now

Rockstar Games is making sure that GTA Online will be enjoyable and will be exciting as the other GTA games. The developer recently added Declasse Tornado Rat Rod, which players can customize as soon as they purchase the vehicle.

GTA Online Has Declasse Tornado Rat Rod With Customization

According to iDigital Times, GTA Online has welcomed in Declasse Tornado Rat Rod. The vehicle is super powerful and one of the fastest cars players can drive in the game. The players can even customize the body and appearance of the Rat Rod. However, they cannot change the rear wheels. 

GTA Online sells Declasse Tornado Rat Rod for $378,000 and is available via in-game purchase at the Southern San Andreas Super Autos website. As Rockstar Games included the Rat Rod in the game, another Premium Race called City Air has been added.

City Air includes a plane that can roam above the skies of Downtown Los Santos. The race, which also grants players triple RPs, will be available starting on Nov. 7 and players need $20,000 buy-in fee. After the race, the first to finish will receive a grand prize of $100,000. The 2nd placer will get $30,000 and the 3rd placer gets $20,000.

GTA Online Next Update Will Include Vice City?

According to Cheat Sheet, rumors are circulating that Rockstar Games will add the famous Vice City in the next expansion of GTA Online. The developer is earning profit from the online game of GTA franchise that is why the developer is very eager to update the game.

If the rumors are true, then it will be included in a future DLC of GTA Online. The expansion might also include cities from other GTA games such as San Fierro and Las Venturas from GTA: San Andreas and Liberty City from GTA III and IV.

Rockstar Games is making GTA Online as popular as the other GTA titles played on gaming consoles. The addition of Declasse Tornado Rat Rod is one of the major steps by the developer to make the online game bigger.

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