GTA V Adds I’m Not a Hipster Update, Bug Fixes
By Charles Webb on June 17, 2014
Is your Grand Theft Auto V Online character just not stylish enough? Maybe he or she needs a nice pair of boxy glasses or a fitted tee to wear out and about while committing mayhem in Los Santos.
You’re in luck, because Rockstar has just released the “I’m Not a Hipster” patch to GTA V’s online mode, which includes new clothes, tattoos, and weapons, along with vehicles from the campaign, and a handful of bug fixes, detailed on the developer’s site.
The free update comes in advance of this weekend’s “I’m Not a Hipster” event in the game, where Rockstar is promising special bonuses and contests between Friday and Sunday.
Here’s a partial changelog:
“Ten existing GTAV vehicles have been added to the southernsanandreassuperautos.com website for purchase, including Story Mode characters’ vehicles:
Franklin’s Bravado Buffalo S
Trevor’s Karin Rebel (clean version)
Trevor’s Nagasaki Hot Rod Blazer
Michael’s Obey Tailgater
Pure Gold and Brushed Gold paint colors have been added to LS Customs in the ‘Metals’ category. These unlock at Rank 100.
A new Pure Black window tint has been added to LS Customs, along with four new jazzy vehicle horns (including one which loops and speeds up / slows down as you drive).
Eight new individual player celebrations and four new paired Celebration animations have been added.
Players will no longer be charged Insurance costs if their vehicle is destroyed by another player who does not have enough GTA$ to pay.
Fixed an issue where, if an insured Personal Vehicle was destroyed, both parties had to pay the insurance costs.
Fixed an issue where some four-wheel drive vehicles had reverted to two-wheel drive.
Players are now able to bookmark Jobs whilst in a Playlist from the Pause menu.
Tear Gas now does more damage and lasts longer.
A small tick has been added to the first screen in the corona if a player has played a Job before, much like in the pause menu or Next Job Voting Screen.
The level of difficulty is now displayed when pressing D-pad down when playing Missions.”