GTA Online has released its first major update in quite some time in the form of the Criminal Enterprise update.

With this major update, Rockstar have added a ton of content for players to dive into, including new cars, and stores that may be returning to the game.

Here's all the patch notes for the Criminal Enterprise update!

GTA Online Criminal Enterprise Patch Notes: New Vehicles, Stores and More

This patch falls under the same magnitude as the The Contract, and players can expect around the same type of content once again. But, it's nice to see Rockstar implementing some content into the game while they're still developing GTA Online.

The patch has it all, from new missions, to new vehicles for players to purchase, there isn't much missing from this update and below, we're going to run over all the patch notes.

New Weapons

  • Precision Rifle ($391,500)

New Vehicles

  • Conada ($1,837,500 – $2,450,000)
  • Corsita ($1,795,000)
  • Greenwood ($1,098,750 to $1,465,000)
  • LM87 ($2,915,000)
  • Torero XO ($2,890,000)
  • Omnis E-GT ($1,795,000)

Business Protection & Upgrades

  • Players will be able to engage in business activities — including Sell Missions — in private Invite Only sessions.
  • You’ll be able to register as a VIP, CEO, or MC President in Invite Only, Crew, and Friend Sessions, allowing business owners to source and sell at their own pace or with their friends.

Vehicle Customization Enhancements & Changes

  • All vehicles with access to the LS Car Meet will be able to be equipped with Low Grip Tires, giving players even more customization options when modifying vehicles at the LS Car Meet.
  • Vehicles will be delivered faster when requesting from the Mechanic.
  • Players will no longer incur a charge for destroying another player’s Weaponized Personal Vehicle, avoiding penalties for those who return fire on (and successfully neutralize) attackers.
  • The Avenger and Mobile Operations Center Vehicle Workshops will accommodate any vehicle that can fit, as opposed to only select vehicles (excluding the Oppressor Mk II, which is modified via its own workshop inside the TerrorByte).
  • The number of ownable properties will be increased from 8 to 10, increasing total garage space by up to 20 vehicles.
  • The Legendary Motorsport and Southern San Andreas Super Autos websites will feature new filters and browsing shortcuts, which can be tabbed using L1/R1 or LB/RB on console.

General Improvements

  • When delivering Security Contracts back to the Agency, players will be able to enter via Helicopter or walk in through the entrance on the roof, rather than needing to enter through the front door at ground level.
  • When managing an Auto Shop business, your Auto Shop Staff will now be much more likely to successfully deliver a customer’s vehicle without issue.
  • To make getting around certain locations easier, players will be able to jog inside The Diamond Casino & Resort, The Music Locker, and Nightclubs.
  • Players will be able to purchase max ammo for all weapons at once in the Interaction Menu. Players will also have easier access to snacks and armor through a single input while the Weapon Wheel is up. Plus, if a player fails and Quick Restarts a mission, Snacks will be restocked to however many they started the mission with.
  • Players will now be able to immediately hang up on phone calls from several Contacts when they offer missions rather than be forced to listen to the full call before they can hang up.
  • PC players will have the option to disable the in-game chat box via the Settings menu.
  • To reduce instances of griefing, the Kill/Death statistic will no longer be affected by kills made in Freemode. Going forward, this ratio will only be affected by kills scored in competitive gameplay.
  • After their initial visit, players will be able to spend more time scoping out Cayo Perico and can get caught more times before being kicked off the island.
  • The Race Creator will be getting an assortment of updates — including increases to the Checkpoint limit, player limit for Transform Races, and number of fixtures that can be removed on the latest generation of consoles.

Payout Increase

  • Races
    • GTA Online’s racing community will benefit from a significant increase in GTA$ payouts across the board. With the launch of GTA Online: The Criminal Enterprises, all standard Race types — including player-created Races — will pay out an average of 50% more GTA$.
    • The total prize pool for Premium Races will also be increased. These Races will continue to award the same payouts to podium finishers, while players placing fourth and below will now also receive payouts.
  • Adversary Modes
    • Payouts for all Adversary Modes currently available in GTA Online will also be boosted by an average of 50%, meaning players can earn extra GTA$ taking on opponents in unique modes like Sumo (Remix), Overtime Rumble, and many more.
  • Heists
    • To encourage group play, all players joining Heist Setups will receive 50% more GTA$ than the current payout. Additionally:
      • The minimum cut for Finales is now set at 15% for each member
      • The cost of Heist Setup fees has been reduced across the board to GTA$25K
    • The following Heist Finales will award an additional 75% GTA$ payout on top of the current take:
      • The Fleeca Job
      • The Humane Labs Raid
      • The Prison Break Finale
      • Series A Funding Finale
    • The following Heist Finales will award an additional 50% GTA$ payout on top of the current take:
      • The Pacific Standard Job Finale
      • The Doomsday Heist: Act I
      • The Doomsday Heist: Act II
      • The Doomsday Heist: Act III