New vehicles, Client Jobs and more coming to GTA Online this week

Rockstar has announced a host of new content coming to GTA Online this week. Of the new content, two new vehicles are the most exciting followed by new Client Jobs and some special new features that come with them.

Following on from the release of GTA Online’s After Hours content, this new batch of goodies serves to beef up your criminal empire.

The Benefactor Terrorbyte and the Pegassi Oppressor MK II headline this new content. Both of these vehicles are sure to give you a massive edge over your competition.

GTA Online New Content

These new vehicles are both available from Warstock Cache and Carry. According to Rockstar;

The Benefactor Terrorbyte is a mobile command unit fully equipped with gun turrets, the ability to take down targets simultaneously with the Multi-lock missile battery, drone stations and a touch-screen enabled app that can manage multiple illicit businesses, as well as access new Client Jobs for hacker contact, Paige Harris.

The Pegassi Oppressor MK II is a revamp of the Oppressor Hyperbike. It features a jet-engine and no wheels, making it an ultra-fast ride to get between your business as quickly as possible. In the Terrorbyte, the Nerve Centre allows players to use Paige’s app which can launch the new Client Jobs.

New jobs include deploying a drone to assist with hacking LifeInvader, disrupt alarm systems in jewel heists and more. There are six new jobs in all and each benefits from the Nerve Centre and its functionality.


Thanks to GTA Online After Hours, your nightclub should be raking in the money. With Paige’s app, you’re able to network all of your business and organise Steal and Resupply runs while on the move. As Rockstar puts it;

Keep your Gunrunning Supplies, Air-Freight Cargo, Special Cargo, Vehicle Cargo and Biker Supplies fully stocked and running like a well-oiled machine.

Finally, thanks to the Terrorbyte, you’re able to hack into the LSPD’s Maverick Scanner and get detailed information on wanted people in your area. You’ll have the advantage when tracking these persons of interest and can use it to take them down.

The new content and vehicles arrive tomorrow, August 15, 2018.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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