GTA Online update reworks a game mode

Rockstar Games released another weekly GTA online updated Thursday, and with that comes a reworked game mode: The Vespucci Job. This game mode that puts a spin on Italian work generally focuses on the Issi Classic as players are tasked with achieving an exemplary display of driving by navigating to certain checkpoints while avoiding opposing players, and in this “Remix” version it will feature a similar setup. However, the Issi Classic is no longer the only option for Runners while opposing Interceptors have an equally wide array of options to choose from that aren’t just limited to ground vehicles.

This new take on the classic game mode headlined Rockstar’s update this week. Officially titled “The Vespucci Job (Remix)”, this game mode is now available in GTA online for those who want to take a tour.

“The core concept of The Vespucci Job (Remix) remains unchanged from its predecessor – a runner collects checkpoints while a team of interceptors attempt to eliminate them by any means necessary,” the post said. from Rockstar on the latest weekly update and its game mode. “In these new adaptations, the diminutive Issi Classic is replaced by a variety of iconic vehicles – including classic sports cars, motorcycles and custom muscle cars – while the Interceptors pursue in police cars, armored muscle cars and attack helicopters to try and prevent their escape.”

Naturally, Rockstar is also incentivizing players to try out this game mode by giving them bonus rewards for doing so. Those who play The Vespucci Job (Remix) by next week will get twice the GTA$ & RP, which isn’t quite as enticing an option as the triple or quadruple rewards sometimes advertised, but it’s a reward welcome if you already were. will try it anyway.

If you’ve had enough of this mode, MC Challenges, VIP/CEO Work, Bunker Series, Truck Off, and Mobile Operations are also paying out double the rewards for next week, so you’ve got plenty to keep you busy until the time comes. next GTA online update drops.

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