GTA Online: After Hours Update Adds Dj Tale of Us, New Radio Station And More

Rockstar Games has added extra content to GTA Online: After Hours which includes Italian DJ duo Tale of Us, an Enus Stafford car and also a blimp.

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GTA Online: After Hours was released a week ago and players can now hire Italian duo Tale of Us as resident DJs for their nightclub, instead of just counting on Solomun to increase their club’s popularity. Tale Of Us is spinning beats produced exclusively for their upcoming album Afterlight, which players can also tune in to the dynamic duo’s playlist on Los Santos Underground Radio soon. Starting on August 7, Dixon will be added to the roster of resident DJs.

In addition to the nightclub’s offerings, Rockstar Games is rewarding Guest List Members another $100,000 of cash bonus along with an exclusive Galaxy and Los Santos Underground Radio T-Shirts. Another treasure hunt mission is expected to be released later this week, similar to the previous double-action revolver challenge.

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