GTA Online Beach Bum update coming Nov. 19 with new jobs and goods

Grand Theft Auto Online's Beach Bum update will hit on Nov. 19, bringing with it a slew of new jobs, weapons, vehicles and other goodies for tearing up Los Santos, according to a post on Rockstar Newswire.

Beach Bum content will be added along with title update 1.06. The update with add a "slew" of new Jobs into GTA 5's open-world multiplayer component, including Survival missions, Races, Deathmatches, Parachutes, Gang Attacks and Last Team Standing missions centered around Los Santos' beach. In the post, Rockstar details five of these missions, such as the "Grass Roots 2" race that will take players from the northern bank of the Zancudo River through the wetlands to North Chumash beach. Another mission, "Survival on Del Perro Pier," has players taking down waves of enemies in front of the pier's ferris wheel.

Players will also gain access to four new vehicles: the BF Bifta dune buggy, Canis Kalahari off-roader, Bravado Paradise camper van and the Speeder speedboat. These vehicles will be available at no cost in-game and can be used in Beach Bum Races and Vehicle Deathmatches, as well by any character while in Story Mode. The cars are available on players' in-game phones at southernsanandreassuperautos.com, while the Speeder is available through docktease.com.

Additionally, players will get the SNS Pistol and Broken Bottle added to their arsenal, as well as new apparel customization options and beach gear. Rockstar promised that more updates for GTA Online will hit in the months ahead, along with new Story Mode updates for Grand Theft Auto 5.

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