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GTA 5 Valentine's Day Event Runs All Week

Half-price SMG ammo for Valentine's Day.


Coinciding with the release of a new multiplayer game mode in Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar has kicked off a new Valentine's Day-themed event.

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Running from now until February 18, the new Till Death Do Us Part mode awards players double RP and cash, as is the standard bonus during GTA Online events like this. You can also earn double rewards for playing in the Till Death Do Us Part playlist. If you play through the entire thing, you'll also get your hands on fireworks and a firework launcher.

If you're looking for something a little less intense, Rockstar also has some "date night" bonuses available. Riding in a vehicle with another player and arm wrestling both award double RP during the event, and you'll be able to go to the movies and enjoy certain fairground rides for free.

You can also buy SMG ammo for 50 percent off during the event, because this is GTA, so why not.

Finally, playing this weekend will entitle you to some exclusive in-game t-shirts. Log in on Saturday, February 13, for a free "Nelson in Naples" shirt, and Sunday, February 14, for a "An American Divorce" shirt.

Just released today, Till Death Do Us Part is a new Adversary mode that pits four teams of two against each other. It's a deathmatch where, when one player on a team dies, their teammate commits suicide. Players also get various bonuses for sticking close to their teammate.

In addition to this, GTA Online also received a larger Valentine's Day-themed update earlier this week.

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