In a new one blog post, Rockstar has outlined the upcoming updates to both GTA Online and Red Dead Online, and in both, the races are underway. According to the message, the GTA Online summer update will "recover the car culture to a great extent." What this means, in large part, is left inaccurate, safe for suggestions on new types of races, multi-part theft missions, and new customization options.
Prior to this major update, Rockstar will present eight new racing races on May 27, as well as seven new areas for Deadline, "shortly thereafter." For anyone who has previously missed it, the Tron Shotaro motorcycle will reappear and the survival mode will also take place in new locations in Los Santos and Blaine County.
Online players refer to the next update as a possible "tuner and outlaw" update, which refers to trailer made by fans from 2016 for a fictional race-focused update, which finally didn’t make its way into the real game. Since then, the enthusiasm for this update has been high in the community and now it seems the time has come.
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Red Dead Online will also get new races on the 25th, including standard and open races, as well as Target and Open Target courses. As with GTA Online, Rockstar keeps players mostly in the dark about the content of the Red Dead Online summer update, apart from mentioning a “diversity of new missions around the world” with “intimidation, crime nasty or big, stolen the stake. " It looks like savage crime fans will have to keep looking.
Updates will arrive on GTA Online on May 27 and Red Dead Online on May 25, while larger updates will drop "later this summer."