Cunning Stunts comes to GTA

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Ever thought GTA Online racing was a little boring, well not anymore. With the introduction of the latest update Cunning Stunts, racing has been taken to all new epic heights, literally, in a series of 16 brand-new Stunt Races. Take to the winding tubular tracks amongst Los Santos’ tallest skyscrapers, or challenging technical courses across deserts, over water and through canyons. Cunning Stunts has it all, ramps, loops, wall rides, raised tracks and tubes for a completely new approach to GTA Online racing.

In this latest update you will get your hands on the following,

  • Stunt Races – Race across unique locations in San Andreas, featuring harrowing heights, incredible speeds and a dazzling spectacle of fireworks, lights, sounds and stomach-churning twists and turns.
  • Premium Races – Compete for winner-take-all glory, placing bets and putting faith in your skills for a chance at bigger prize payouts. For a list of this week’s Premium Races, visit the Rockstar Newswire.
  • New Vehicles and Clothing – If you’re going to do crazy things then you’re going to need a few crazy vehicles and Rockstar have you covered with 13 new vehicles. From the RE-7B to the utter brutality of Vapid’s Trophy Truck this update has you covered. Hey – it can’t be all about the cars though, players now have the choice of a new range of cutting edge racing styled fashion, 50 new tattoos and more.

Along with the above further Stunt Races and vehicles will be added to the game over the next three weeks, culminating in the release of the Stunt Race Creator on August 2nd. The Stunt Race Creator will allow you and the GTA community to go mad and design the stunt track of your dreams, whether this includes a sheer vertical drop, a never ending corkscrew or banked turn over one of the tallest buildings in the game, the choice will be yours.

GTA Online Cunning Stunts is available now so buckle up and prepare to experience Southern San Andreas from a whole new perspective.

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