It's long been speculated that developer Rockstar Games will release a couple of Holiday stuff to GTA 5. And finally, the bonuses arrived -- all of which are exciting and interesting. But not just that, there are cool new features and fresh vehicles as well. This Christmas is definitely a huge treat for all the fans out there.
According to Express, the studio just recently added the legion of Holiday bonuses to the game. Apart from these, there's a new way of experiencing the thrill in street fighting -- in snowfall, in particular. The developer also included a brand new Adversary Mode. And of course, a list of new vehicles to both buy and upgrade.
In GTA 5, the Pfister Comet is now purchasable. It can even be taken for an upgrade to Benny's Original Motor Works. This is if players want to do their very own Executive Garage Custom Auto Shop. This vehicle right here was once a beacon that showcases the champagne-popping in San Andreas elite.
A new Adversary Mode has been added as well. It's called the Juggernaut. Here, players and their teams -- all equipped with heavy-duty armors or what-have-them -- will battle against each other in what appears to be an all-out brawl for conquer and dominance. The studio refers to it as a "clash of the titans," only that it's in Juggernaut.
In the aforementioned Adversary mode, the Juggernaut is deemed to be the greatest asset and liability of GTA 5 players. As attackers, they must do some flanking, swarming and executing the "heavily-reinforced Juggernaut" of the opponents. But of course, the catch there is that they have to protect their very own as well. Otherwise, they won't win.
To celebrate the Holiday spirit, Rockstar has decided to double the in-game currency and RP. However, this is only possible on the new mode of the game. This will end come January 1 next year. There are other bonuses the studio is currently offering aside from this one here.
What are your thoughts on the new stuff Rockstar introduced to GTA 5? How's the Juggernaut Adversary Mode so far? Did it meet your expectations? Share us what you're thinking at the comment section below!