GTA Online “I’m Not a Hipster” Update is Out Now
The post ironic, artisanal, organic, entirely independent, 100% re-claimed “I’m Not a Hipster” Update is now available for Grand Theft Auto Online. This free new update features over 100 fixes and changes to gameplay, alongside “Hipster” themed content additions including; new retro print tees, skinny jeans, hairstyles, tattoos, animal masks; seven new vehicles including the ostentatious 6-seater Dubsta, 12 new jobs and much more.
Choose from seven new vehicles including classic nostalgia rides like the Glendale, Warrener, Blade and Rhapsody – affordable cars that seem casual on the surface, but have hidden potential to be unleashed with a few modifications. The environmentally conscious set can check out the Panto microcar, while those looking to roll with their Crew in more ostentatious style can add the massive 3-axel, 6-seater Dubsta to their fleet.
Even Ammu-Nation is getting in on the latest non-ironic trends with the Vintage Pistol and Antique Cavalry Dagger now in stock. Make sure to try all these out in the slew of new Jobs, as part of your long arduous journey to become one of Los Santos’ effortlessly cool.
Along with today’s update, gear up for 12 new Jobs across an assortment of game modes, including Races that provide showcase opportunities for these new retro rides, a Deathmatch in Puerta Del Sol, two new Captures and more. There are also three new Gang Attacks in Chumash, East Vinewood and Mirror Park.
- Airwaves (Rank 15, 1-8 Players) – Students of style know that what comes up must go down. Drop 4,370 feet while imagining you’re over all the bands you listen to on Radio Mirror Park, as you twist and turn sharply down to the pond below.
- Beach Odyssey (Rank 15, 1-16 Players) – Nothing says artistic credibility like a grainy image of trash next to a burnt out RV, so get your butt off a nice beach, and go to a nasty one. This is a Point to Point Race for Sports Classics starting in Chumash, ending in Sandy Shore, mainly on-road with opportunities to hit top speed.
- Before It Was Cool (Rank 15, 1-8 Players) – Any skinny jeans wearer will tell you, sometimes things just don’t fit. Try and squeeze up to eight compact cars around the tight corners of this lap Race in Mirror Park.
- Caffeine Rush (Rank 1, 1-8 Players) – If your friends caught you drinking anything except a flat white at an independent coffee house it would be social suicide, but when you need java, you need java. This is a Point to Point Sedan Race from Del Perro to Mirror Park passing by four ‘Cool Beans’ coffee shops.
- Contend: Condo-monium (Rank 1, 2-8 Players) – Make a statement about late capitalism or income equality or art or pointless statements or something by trashing condos in Puerto Del Sol. This is a Contend style Capture going for the last of the party supplies in the courtyard between two identical apartment blocks.
- East Vinewood LTS (Rank 9, 2-16 Players) – They don’t know how it started, maybe two girls got the same tattoo, or reposted a Snapmatic without giving photo credit. What they do know is sides have been chosen and East Vinewood’s gone to hell in this two team Last Team Standing.
- Embracing America (Rank 1, 1-8 Players) – All your friends are going East in search of the last un-gentrified patch of turf in the country, and you’re heading West. Load up a so-uncool-it’s-cool Sedan, and race toward Little Seoul. Lots of straights and a few tight turns at the end of this point to point track.
- GTA: Grab a Cab (Rank 1, 2-8 Players) – After twelve hours ‘rolling’ at your local post-industrial techno-house night, your tattooed friends will be too wide-eyed to drive themselves. Pick up some taxis for them in this two team GTA-style Capture based around the Downtown Cab Co depot in East Vinewood.
- Hip to be Cool (Rank 1, 1-8 Players) – Because driving around Rockford Hills in nice cars is too mainstream, and going through Vespucci Beach in low riders is kinda yesterday… This Compact class Race takes you back and forth over the Los Santos Freeway and in and out of the Casino parking lot.
- Legion Square Survival (Rank 25, 1-4 Players) – Freedom of speech is dead as the cops crack down on Legion Square protesters. Battle the police on foot, in SUVs, and eventually in Buzzard helicopters. And remember that the real bad guys are the bankers looking down on the action from their office windows.
- Puerta Del Sol (Rank 1, 2-8 Players) – Every artist wanted to die young, then they wanted to mock their predecessors with an ironic statement about dying young, now it’s a post-ironic statement and they might end up actually dying.
- Trend Setting (Rank 1, 1-16 Players) – A Lap circuit Race with muscle cars around Mirror Park for simple people who want to seem complicated.
This update also includes a host of other adjustments, game tuning and exploit fixes. For the complete list, please visit the Rockstar Support site. To download the “I’m Not a Hipster” Update, just boot up your online-connected PS3 or Xbox 360 and start GTAV. You’ll be prompted to download the automatic update (1.14) and Xbox 360 players will also be required to download an additional compatibility pack upon entering GTA Online.
Stay tuned for details on future GTA Online content updates in the weeks to come – as well as info on the upcoming “I’m Not a Hipster” Event Weekend with lots of special additional bonuses and contests happening this Friday through Sunday.