GTA Online: Smuggler’s Run Update Is Live
GTA Online’s Smuggler’s Run update has gone live this morning, with a range of new vehicles at eye-wateringly expensive prices.
Nobody said buying a new plane or helicopter was going to be cheap, and nothing comes for free in Los Santos. But if you’re in the business of collecting vehicles in GTA Online you better have a stack of moolah in your Maze Bank account.
GTA Online Smuggler’s Run Aircraft Prices
- Tula — $3,890,000 — $5,173,500
- V-65 Molotok — $3,600,000 — $4,788,000
- LF-22 — $2,750,000 — $3,657,500
- Rogue — $1,200,000 — $1,596,000
- Alpha Z1 — $1,595,000 — $2,121,350
- Ultralight — $500,000 — $665,000
- Havok — $1,730,000 — $2,300,900
GTA Online Smuggler’s Run Car Prices
- Grotti Visione — $2,250,000
- Vapid Retinue — $615,000
The update includes more vehicles to be released by Rockstar in the coming weeks.
Running a smuggling business in GTA Online is very similar to the Import/Export business, with players moving cargo through the skies to make profits.
If you want to start a smuggling business you’re going to have to buy a Hanger to begin with. Ron will call you soon after to talk you through the whole business. But you’re also going to need a wedge of cash to get started as hangers don’t come cheap either:
GTA Online Smuggler’s Run Fort Zancudo Hanger Prices
GTA Online Smuggler’s Run Los Santos International Airport Prices
Smuggler’s Run also includes a new Adversary mode, Motor Wars, for 4–28 players.
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