Rockstar Removed 200 “Less Used” Vehicles From GTA Online, Resulting In Fans Outcry
Fans love to dive into the ever-changing world of GTA Online, a vast online universe for up to 30 players. GTA Online is hugely popular due to a wealth of gameplay upgrades and content enhancements that have been introduced since its launch, providing exciting adventures for solo players and multiplayer enthusiasts alike. But the latest news about removing 200 vehicles from GTA Online has sparked outrage in the gaming community.
GTA Online faces the removal of 200 “Less Used” Vehicles.
Removed vehicles mainly include Vehicles withtwo doors, four doors, Off-Roads, Luxury Cars, and Motorcycles.
Acquiring these cars will now require a GTA+ membership, which has created outrage among the community.
Rockstar continually updates GTA Online with new content to keep players engaged. Gamers love to experience the innovative Career Progress feature that tracks your advancement as you climb the criminal hierarchy and build your own empire.
But the sheer number of options can be overwhelming. Thus, Rockstar Games removed around 200 vehicles from the in-game websites in their latest San Andreas Mercenaries update. This move aims to simplify the available choices for players.
Rockstar Intel compiled a database of the delisted vehicles, revealing Rockstar‘s decision based on low player demand. While Rockstar won’t permanently remove the vehicles, players will no longer have the option to purchase them directly. Players can encounter them in the rotating Vinewood Car Club or through The Lucky Wheel, with access to the former requiring a GTA+ membership.
The delisting of vehicles in GTA Online was expected after a Rockstar Newswire update mentioned that some vehicles would be removed for a smoother purchasing experience. However, the update did not specify the number of vehicles to be removed.
Understandably, players are upset with the recent revelation that nearly 200 vehicles will be delisted. Acquiring these cars will now require a GTA+ membership; even winning them from the wheel is not an ideal solution.
You can find the removed GTA Online vehicles here:
The removed Southern San Andreas Super Cars are as follows:
Fortunately, the Mercenaries mode update brings some exciting additions to GTA Online. The Project Overthrow missions offer thrilling encounters with Merrryweather Security, while LSA Operations allow players to unlock new outfits during covert operations.
Alongside these missions, there are also new vehicles and weapons to explore. For long-time players of GTA Online, this update is worth exploring. Additionally, considering the backlash from fans regarding the vehicle changes, Rockstar may introduce alternative methods to obtain these vehicles in the future, while still maintaining the streamlined in-game websites.
In sum, whatever this update may bring in future, one thing is sure that the removal of these vehicles sure has created quite an outrage among fans. What are your thoughts about this move by Rockstar Games? Let us know in the comments.
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