Abe hikura wrote:If stuffs free (in game) and unlocked what's the point, I haven't played it since the cash boost because doesn't seem like there anything to do
Decent_Jam wrote:I think it's worth remembering it's still early days for GTA online.
Sean Blackburn wrote:Abe hikura wrote:If stuffs free (in game) and unlocked what's the point, I haven't played it since the cash boost because doesn't seem like there anything to do
Nothing to do? I'm level 89 and I've only just fully upgraded all 10 cars in my garage. Only just finished robbing all the stores and I'm still missing paint jobs due to not having finished selected races. Let alone there's a achievement for participating in everything online has to offer and the achievement for reaching level 100 what exactly are you missing online?
Pretty excited to this DLC! Been saving some pennies for when they released it only to find out the first ones free! Happy days!
One update I really wish and feel is a must is to stop having my car impounded every time I'm gunned down with a 2star wanted level, it's ridiculous.
Ecrina wrote:Whilst GTA Online seems to have lost it's early charm (mostly due to my expensive car being blown up every time it leaves the garage) I really hope that these content drops inject a little more life into the game. It seems to me that whilst all of these awesome things have been added over it's predecessor (such as apartments, personal vehicles and missions) the game seems to have lost the charm of GTA IV's multiplayer... Maybe it's just because it hasn't calmed down yet with it still being rather new and shiny, but there's no real sense of community, and everyone on the map is half the world away from each other. It still kinda feels like single player with a custom character, not to say that isn't good, but the game's charm seems to have been sacrificed for content, which tends to feel re-used constantly itself...
But, as I say, it will continue to be an awesome multiplayer experience, hopefully with other members of the community actually getting together and doing some crazy stuff that doesn't involve blowing up all your stuff every five minutes...
(To get back on topic, am I the only person that really wants to be able to use the rides at the pier? Also a purchasable cargobob would be pretty cool!)
Decent_Jam wrote:I think it's worth remembering it's still early days for GTA online. Content might feel scarce at the moment, though personally I still feel like I haven't seen half of what the city has to offer, but the number of buildings which you can't get into but are getting to be robbed - like casinos for example - is too big too ignore.
Playing with friends improves the experience ten fold, as usual. I think so long as they do heists right when they come along there will be plenty of fun to be had for a while yet.
Personally I will be heading on for some more mayhem, who's with me?
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