I wish I kept playing GTA Online… I’m virtually broke, and there’s all these awesome-looking DLC’s coming out. The latest looks to be one of the most absurd yet. Ever play TrackMania?

The absurd jumps and loops TrackMania is famous for are coming to GTA Online in Cunning Stunts.

Boost pads? Check. Windmills of destruction? C’mon, it’s GTA – of course that’s a check. Now, where the hell are we going to put all these new cars. It looks like we are going to have to reorganize our garages a little bit.

More importantly, I need to dedicate some time to making some GTA money. No Rockstar, I’m not buying any of those dumbass Shark Cards.

Here’s how Rockstar describes the upcoming mayhem in a press release.

Stunt Races happen on a massive scale, towering above the Los Santos skyline or soaring between the treacherous blades of RON Alternates Windmill Farm. Vehicles tear upside-down through loops and tubes, launch off ramps with extra propulsion from speed strips, diverge and merge across multiple pathways, and speed through gigantic rings of fire in death-defying new Races.

There’s no mention of if players can create their own crazy tracks, but I wouldn’t be surprised if that makes its way in eventually. Gamers are a creative bunch, and who knows what they could come up with if Rockstar gave them the tools.

You’ll be driving high above Los Santos in everything from a sports car to a dirt bike starting next Tuesday. Cunning Stunts and Red Dead Redemption via backward compatibility? Rockstar Games is on a roll. All we need now is an announcement of a Red Dead sequel.

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