Rockstar Games has released a new GTA Online update that fixes bugs with the Los Santos Tuners.
This week, ROCKSTAR GAMES published a new background update for GTA Online, which includes a lot of adjustments for the Los Santos Tuners DLC.
Thanks to a fresh background update pushed out by Rockstar Games, GTA Online players will see a few irritating bugs resolved. TezFunz2, a GTA leaker, confirmed the news, claiming that the GTA Online update was released on Monday. Issues with Head-to-Head Reputation and the Car Meet area are among the GTA Online updates.
“Rockstar launched a background update to #GTAOnline two hours ago,” TezFunz2 wrote on Twitter.
“Fixes a problem where Returning Players weren’t getting bonuses.
“Fixes a problem in solo lobby with street races coronas.
“Fixes a glitch that prevented you from customizing customer cars in the Auto Shop.
“Patches: Scramble and Head-to-Head Reputation Error Glitch with guns inside the car meet area.
“Casino Elevator Glitch Workaround Patch. #GTAOnline.”
TezFunz2 also shared a useful spreadsheet outlining the best ways to acquire reputation for the Los Santos Tuners DLC.
According to a GTA leaker, completing the majority of the daily incentives (excluding Scramble, Head-to-Head, and Sprint races) would get you 400 points.
That should be enough RP to get you to level 63, after which you’ll be in a position to earn more.
AFKing can gain the most RP by attending the Car Meet while dressed in Car Meet attire.
Tezfunz2 tweeted this useful information: “Helpful and instructive spreadsheet from @ash 274.
“You can get 400 points by completing the majority of the daily incentives (excluding Scramble, H2H, and Sprint races).
“Enough to get you to the next level every day until you reach level 63, when you’ll need more. #GTAOnline”.
Last Tuesday, the GTA Online Los Santos Tuners update went live, with the most recent major Grand Theft Auto patch being an underground street racing upgrade.
The LS Car Meet, a shared communal place where GTA players can show off their tuned-up vehicles and race one another, was included in the most recent DLC.
And, nearly eight years after the introduction of GTA Online and GTA 5, the game is still smashing records with the release of the GTA Online Los Santos Tuners DLC.
@ash 274 has created a useful and interesting spreadsheet.
You can get 400 points by completing the majority of the daily bonuses (excluding Scramble, H2H, and Sprint races).
Enough to get you to the next level every day until you reach level 63, when you’ll need it. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”