After years of teases and rumors, GTA Online’s Casino finally opened it’s doors to the public on July 23, promising big money prizes and loading up on new content. Renamed the Diamond Casino and Resort, the north-eastern Vinewood location is offering up daily rewards, casino games, and all new living quarters for Los Santos residents.
As with any casino, there's more than just money on the line. High-class vehicles can be won through the daily spin wheel. The first of the new vehicles, the Truffade Thrax, was showcased in the update trailer and will cost you $2,325,000 to own. Yet, there are still plenty more to come.
After the update had gone live, GTA V data miners went digging into the files and got their hands on details surrounding the new vehicles that could soon be appearing on the roads of Los Santos.
Leaker FoxySnaps revealed that there would be a selection of 22 new cars and bikes to be released, tweeting out some photos of each one in a deconstructed form - including the already unveiled Truffade Thrax.
Following on from that leak, the data miner was also able to grab some better photos of each vehicle, including what they’ll look like when you actually purchase them.
Of course, there is some clear inspiration taken from real-world vehicles with fans pointing out that some look strikingly similar to models of Ford, Dodge, and even a Jaguar.
However, that wasn’t all. FoxySnaps also later revealed the release cycle for the vehicles that are yet to be available in-game.
There aren’t any dates for these releases just yet, but considering the anticipation behind the Casino release, fans of GTA Online can likely expect to see these cars cruising the streets sooner rather than later.
🔒VEHICLE RELEASE ORDER(S):— FoxySnaps🦊 GTAV News (@FoxySnaps) July 23, 2019
LGM - NEO, EMERUS, LOCUST, KRIEGER, JUGULAR, ZORRUSSO, RROCKET, NOVAK
SSASA - GAUNTLET3, NEBULA, GAUNTLET4, ZION3, HELLION, DYNASTY, PEYOTE2#Gta #GTAonline #CasinoDLC #GTAV #GTAVOnline
Now, as with any leak, the official details surrounding these additions could very change for one reason or another, so it’s worth taking these claims with a pinch of salt until you’re in the driver's seat of a new supercar.