SHOOTOUTS, smoking tyres and NSFW game GTA Online has received an update that offers things like skinny jeans, retro t-shirts and tattoos.
It is a strange sounding update. You might have expected new vehicles, new weapons, new heists and fewer morals. You get some of that, but you also get a Shoreditch styling set.
Rockstar regularly kicks tributes out to its extended gaming family, and GTA Online has had a few visits from updating developers.
The "I am not a hipster" update is available now and should offer itself up for download the next time you approach your games console to play GTA Online.
"Express your incredible individualism and stand out from the herd with the post-ironic, artisanal, organic, entirely independent, 100 percent re-claimed "I'm Not a Hipster" Update now available for Grand Theft Auto Online," said Rockstar in a blog post.
"This new content update features new retro print tees, skinny jeans, hairstyles, tattoos, animal masks and more, as well as additional enhancements to general gameplay to ensure the world is constantly evolving."
Nathan Barley by numbers clothing is one thing, but the real meat in the GTA Online experience is in the way players move and unload weapons around it.
The update brings in new vehicles and a large handful of new races and a brace of guns to add to your collection.
"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," added the firm. "There are also three new Gang Attacks in Chumash, East Vinewood and Mirror Park."
Less obvious changes have also been made and Rockstar expected people to be hit with fewer bugs and enjoy more customisable car options. µ
Pre-orders to begin on 9 September with release to follow on 16 September
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