I don’t know if you know, but there’s a decent Halloween event happening in many games, including GTA5 Online. It’s not too big, not like Christmas or anything, but enough to give a taste of the spooky side.
For one, there’s a new adversary mode, called “Condemned”: you’re a dead-man walking, with several permanently dark, gloomy, lightening and scary music filled maps to do the walking in. And since you’re already done for, you might as well try and save your soul the only way you know – by putting someone else on the line. Meaning, kill someone else, and pass the tag-damnation. While you’re this damned creature – your timer is ticking away. When it ends – you’re dead, and the player with either least time left, or in case of draw – least kills – gets to be the next condemned. The person with most time left, thus, wins the game. It pays double, so victor can take around 50k per a very long, and fairy irritating round (best map is in cemetery, trust me), and the rest – far, far less, making it a bit unpopular among the masses. In a team – several people fight for a goal, and there’s only two (usually) places to take, meaning only two cuts on the wages, full, or half, not a half of a half just because you couldn’t reach your opponent who sat hidden away, outwaiting you.
There’s a dead man walking in Los Santos, and it could easily be you. Just in time for Halloween, the nightmarish Adversary Mode Condemned marks one unlucky player for imminent death: when the timer runs out, they’re worm food. Their only hope is to pass the bad news onto somebody else, and the only way to do that is by sending them on a short trip to a shallow grave. Last man standing wins. Earn Double GTA$ & RP in Condemned now through November 6th.
Then there’s a new map in Transform Races, called “Inferno”. This is a wonderful map with same music, and same dark, ghostly storm-torn skies. It’s a bit slow, and a bit long, meaning even if you play with one or two of your friends, and no one else – you get paid decent for about 8 minutes of your time. And then there’s perks. First of all, you get to fly that stupid slow glider with a motor on it. I don’t know what the flying trash is called, but it’s mighty tedious. Then you drive a bike, and, wait for it… and then you turn into a beast. Yes. You race on foot as a werewolf.
And that’s not all the goodness, no. After you finish running as a wolf, you get to drive the brand new, obviously Batman inspired car: Vigilante. Consider it a test drive before paying 4 million in game dollars for it. It’s pretty fun.
There’s a lot of things to buy too. Like, two brand new cool cars, an Albany Franken Stange, and an Albany Lurcher Herse, both on sale, with a few pretty neat designs to them. I bought the Franken baby. I regret nothing!
And then there’s face paints. At the hairdressers, under face paints, there’s a lot of new goodies to help you pick an outfit for the occasion. Because there’s really no new outfits, so you have to improvise, and face-paint really does help.
The rest, at least from what I found, are just sales for Halloween related items, like masks. Which is better than nothing!