On June 13, GTA Online received a free San Andreas Mercenaries content update, which so far has been remembered by players, not for new tasks, but for the greed of Rockstar Games. As it turned out, the developers with the patch removed over 180 cars and motorcycles from the action stores.
Before the release of the update, the company warned that it would remove part of the transport from GTA Online, but did not disclose the exact number. According to fans, the figure is approaching 200 units. R* itself promises to periodically return remote vehicles as rewards, for example, for a lucky wheel in a casino.
Vehicles removed from stores that have already been purchased by players will remain untouched.
However, some remote vehicles are still available in the game, but only if players have a GTA+ subscription, which costs $6 per month and is only available on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
GTA Online is available on PC and consoles of both generations. At the moment, only the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions are receiving noticeable improvements – for example, with the new patch, Rockstar added a career progress section.