"Grand Theft Auto V" was released by publisher Rockstar Games in 2013. Facebook/Grand Theft Auto V

If latest reports are to be believed, “Grand Theft Auto 5” Online update is coming next week, and it will reportedly add various stunt races and bonuses. Rockstar Games has in fact announced the specifics of the “Grand Theft Auto Online” next update.

According to GameSpot, the “Cunning Stunts: Special Vehicle Circuit” update is coming put on March 14, Tuesday and it will add 20 new stunt races to “Grand Theft Auto Online.” The races will be custom-built for the Ruiner 2000, Rocket Voltic and Blazer Aqua. The update has been designed, keeping in mind the vehicles’ unique characteristics and abilities. Legendary Motorsport is also adding classically-styled Progen GP1 to its formidable roster of supercars. Moreover, the new “GTA Online” bonuses are kicking in this weekend.

“Aspiring kingpins can claim their own high-rise for 25% off Executive Offices and Office Garages before taking advantage of CEO bonuses all weekend long. To help satiate your thirst for carnage and gear up for Tuesday, Warstock is slashing the SecuroServ prices on Special Vehicles,” writes Rockstar Games.

The studio has also revealed that Special Vehicle Missions will also produce double GTA$ and RP, throughout the weekend. Thus, players can earn real big by getting used to the Special Vehicle of their choice. Associates and Bodyguards are also getting the Double GTA$ salary bump this weekend. These bonuses are available until March 13. Moreover, Rockstar Games, over the coming months, will also release a new set of adversary modes in “Grand Theft Auto Online.”

This will include Resurrection, gallows humour take on dodgeball, and homage to old-school 2D GTA, called Top Down. “Grand Theft Auto 5” was released more than three years ago and it has regularly made it to the top-selling charts. It is still a massively popular game that has shipped more than 75 million copies. Rockstar is also busy launching the “Red Dead Redemption 2” and that’s why it has remained totally silent on “Grand Theft Auto 6,”already a subject of intense speculation and rumours.

According to Alphr, numerous news outlets have hinted at a London setting for “GTA 6.” Rockstar Games has reportedly started work for the next “GTA” instalment, though it is yet to fix on a location for the story to unfurl. Earlier in 2016, an insider had revealed that work had started and even mentioned Tokyo as the next setting. However, he also mentioned that Rockstar has reportedly dropped the Tokyo setting due to difficulties of moving the game out of US and also because of Tokyo’s problematic road system.