‘Grand Theft Auto Online’ Gets Intense With New Mode ‘Every Bullet Counts’

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chris-littlechild - December 11, 2015

Grand Theft Auto V really is the game that keeps on giving. This bad boy first hit in September 2013, and it's still going strong. We've had the current-gen rerelease, the day Rockstar finally got its shit together and brought it to PC at last, and regular updates in between ever since.

Multiplayer component Grand Theft Auto Online has had DLC out the wazzoo; a constant stream of new cars, weapons, missions, properties to buy, all of that good stuff. The biggest thing, though, is probably the occasional new game mode that's thrown in.

For Halloween, Rockstar hit us with the new Slasher Adversary mode, which saw one player with a shotgun and everyone else armed only with flashlights in a dark arena. It was a recipe for carnage, natch, and one I was totally on board with. Now another new mode has hit the game, and it looks just as good.

Every Last Bullet Counts is a last-man-standing affair that leaves no room for screwing up. Here's the official skinny, fresh from Gamespot:

"With no safe place to hide, four players go up against each other in a confined space with a very limited arsenal: just one marksman pistol and two bullets to take out three opponents. Tactics are key here--once players have exhausted their ammo, they'll need to resort to crafty melee attacks with their Hatchet or Machete to make it out alive. Campers and lurkers be warned, though: anyone staying still for more than 5 seconds will have their blip revealed on the map, making them an easier target for enemies who are wisely moving from cover to cover."

Sounds like a good time to me. Next time you're down Grand Theft Auto Online way, give it a shot.

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