Luis ambushes the exchange involving Niko Bellic and Johnny Klebitz and escapes in the Buzzard, which has since been gold plated. The negotiations with the Triad soon turn awry, and Luis protects Tony as they escape Chinatown. While you will no doubt be surrounded by homosexual characters in The Ballad of Gay Tony — some hopefully less stereotypical and predictably portrayed than others — the lead man is straight. For those without Xbox Live for shame! Grand Theft Auto 2.
So much so that he sends Luis on a few missions to strong-arm the owner. The new episode introduces some strong new ideas to the series, demonstrates Rockstar's medium-leading sophistication in character creation and makes a case for no GTA ever having a single lead character again. Users will be prompted to install the update the next time they log on to Games for Windows Live.
The Grenade Launcher and Assault Shotgun from The Lost and Damned also return, with the latter capable of firing regular or explosive rounds.