GTA Online Adds New Hardest Target Mode, Electric Sports Car

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The Pfister Neon is the latest vehicle added to GTA Online Rockstar

GTA Online continues to add new modes and vehicles, with the Hardest Target adversary mode and Pfister Neon releasing today. There are also new ways to earn extra money, as well as new discounts on select items.

Hardest Target is a team-based game for 4-16 players. Players are divided up into two teams, with a goal to kill the special target on the other team. Here’s the catch: the special target jumps from player to player every minute during a round. If the special target player on Teams A kills the target player on Team B, the players on Team A all receive bonus points.

The Pfister Neon is an electric sports car, currently available at Legendary Motorsport. Surprisingly, the Neon doesn’t come equipped with any machine guns, unlike many of the other new vehicle additions over the past few weeks. Regardless, the Neon is a flashy vehicle and would look good in any GTA Online player’s garage.

To earn extra cash this week, play Hardest Target games for double the GTA$ and RP. Additionally, players can earn 25 percent more GTA$ for completing Special Cargo Deliveries, and Gunrunning Research and Manufacturing will get a 25 percent boost through Feb. 5.

There are tons of items on sale this week. The full list of reduced prices is as follows:


  • Farmhouse Bunker – 25 percent off

  • Thomson Scrapyard Bunker – 25 percent off

  • Bunker Renovations – 25 percent off (styles and add-ons)

  • Mobile Operation Center Cabs – 25 percent off


  • Special Cargo Warehouses – 25 percent off

  • Executive Office Renovations – 25 percent off


  • Cargobob – 35 percent off

  • LF-22 Starling – 25 percent off (Buy it Now & Trade Price)

  • Grotti Cheetah Classic – 25 percent off

  • Vehicle armor – 25 percent off

  • Bulletproof tires – 25 percent off

As always, there is a new premium race and time trial through Feb. 5. The premium race is Rally, and is locked to sports cars. The time trial is Casino, with no restrictions. All participants in premium races earn triple the RP rewards, with the top three finishers earning some GTA$ as well. Beating the par time on the time trial race will also pay out in GTA$ and RP.

So what do you think? Are you excited to try out the new Hardest Target adversary mode? What do you want to see added next? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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