Upon starting you are greeted with a message regarding the new mental state system which has been implemented, this works largely the same as a bounty but is measured by how you play the game. Play as a calm player, who respects people’s properties and cars and you will have a low mental state. However, play with contempt for other players while blowing cars up and generally running amok, causing havoc and your mental state bar will reflect this. Kill a player with a high mental state and you will be rewarded, anyone who is in this state will appear a faint red on the radar.
When you go to buy a property, you’ll notice that the property management screen has had a complete overhaul. All properties now fall under three distinct banners, High-End, Medium-End and low end, and all properties included in this update are featured in the High-End category, which is where my first criticism comes in. All the properties included are in the same locations that already have apartments. So even if you buy a new apartment and keep your old one, you will be going to the same location you would have anyway. The apartments included do have a new layout, but once again it is exactly the same as the other properties included.
The clothes added also feel a bit underwhelming, as they are just different options to the clothes we already have in the game, I was ultimately bitterly let down by this.
All in all, I’d say as a free content update you cant complain, but I cant help but feel underwhelmed by the fact that it has brought absolutely nothing new to the GTA Online world, and after a couple of hours play I was ultimately left bored.
4/10 to be brutally honest (pardon the pun).