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GTA Online Players Can Get A Free Car Before It’s Even On Sale

Rockstar is offering GTA Online players a free exclusive Gallivanter Baller ST if they log into the game before December 29.

It wouldn't be a holiday in GTA Online without some kind of free vehicle or costume from Rockstar, and this year's Christmas gift doesn't disappoint. Not only is it a free vehicle, but it's actually an exclusive one, as the Gallivanter Baller ST hasn't been released in GTA Online yet and won't be on sale in-game until 2022.

Rockstar announced the news through a blog post on the Rockstar Newswire, saying, "Players who jump into GTA Online anytime this week will receive the greatest gift of all — a free and as-yet-unreleased Gallivanter Baller ST. This souped-up successor to the classic Baller is available to claim gratis from Legendary Motorsport from now through December 29. The Gallivanter Baller ST hits general sale in 2022."

Not bad for free, right? That's not all, though, as players will also be getting some new liveries. The post says, "When you claim the Gallivanter Baller ST this week, you'll also get the seasonally appropriate Festive Stripes livery to go along with it. Playing this week will also unlock another festive livery, Santa's New Sled, for the as-yet-unreleased Pfister Comet S2 Cabrio."

That's not all though as, according to the Rockstar Blog, "Players who log on this week can also claim a festive care package that includes the new Clownfish Mask and Red Festive Tee. Plus, you’ll get a Fireworks Launcher and 20 rounds of ammunition for it, fully replenished Snacks and Armor, 25 Sticky Bombs and Grenades apiece, 10 Proximity Mines, and 10 Molotovs to really get the party going."

If a free car, liveries, and items aren't enough for you to feel the Christmas spirit then we don't really know what else will, but Rockstar has also confirmed that "all existing Christmas-themed clothing, accessories, masks, and other seasonal fittings are back on the shelves and racks at stores".

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