GTA 5 Online is finally getting some new music
Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, Alchemist and Oh No will add to score
Rockstar is adding to GTA V Online's original soundtrack in its latest update, with new music for Survivals, Deathmatches and Creator Jobs.
The news will no doubt come to the relief of players who have heard that 'dun-da dun-da dun-da dun-da' riff a few too many times, though sadly the (brilliant but increasingly tired) radio stations will not be getting any new tracks just yet.
"As part of the ongoing content updates and evolution of the Grand Theft Auto Online experience, we’re also adding to the already massive original musical score that is heard exclusively Online," Rockstar said.
"Modes such as Survival, Deathmatch as well as your own custom-made Creator Jobs will all be complemented with an updated range of never-before-heard unreleased instrumental music from the original scoring sessions by Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, Alchemist and Oh No."
There is not so much as a whiff of a heist in the update however, which have yet to be given any kind of arrival date.
Some gamers have even started making fake heist videos on YouTube, so feverish is their anticipation for the new co-op jobs.
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