When Rockstar Games finally launched online heists within Grand Theft Auto V, the same update also introduced new daily mission objectives which players can complete to earn bonus in-game cash and RP. In addition to receiving an extra award for finishing all three challenges each day, GTA V users can also earn a bonus payout if they manage to consecutively tackle all activities over a seven day period and yet another after completing 28 days worth of objectives.
Gamers were not, however, told exactly how large the bonus awards are for successfully completing each tier of challenges of GTA V‘s daily missions. Thankfully, now that a month has passed since the daily objectives first launched alongside Grand Theft Auto V‘s online heists, players that have performed all of the daily activities have tallied up exactly how big the bonus is for those that finish all objectives over four straight weeks.
After earning all bonuses over the past month, one Reddit user, figured out exactly how much is gained after four weeks of daily challenges. The bonus for completing 28 consecutive days of online challenges within GTA V will grant players $500,000 and 50,000 RP.
A VG 24/7 report added up each bonus and discovered that Grand Theft Auto V users who consecutively finish all daily challenges can earn a grand total of $1.6 million and 194,000 RP each month. This gives fans a large incentive to try and finish all daily activities in GTA V every day.
In addition to the 28 day award, the total potential bonus point earnings from daily challenges break down into several smaller rewards. Every day, GTA V players will earn $25,000 and 3,000 RP. Continuing to complete all daily objectives for a week gives GTA V fans a bonus of $100,000 as well as another 15,000 RP.
Unfortunately, VG 24/7 went on to point out that not all of the daily challenges are balanced in how long they take to complete. Some of the activities presented may take only a few minutes to finish while other can take considerably longer to perform.
Additionally, those who have friends that regularly play GTA V will also have an easier time finishing some activities. This means that, like the new online heists, solo players are at a disadvantage when it comes to trying out two of the best ways to earn extra cash within Grand Theft Auto V‘s online mode.
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, daily activities where originally overshadowed since they were released as part of the same update that introduced online heists to GTA V. The challenges rotate every day and include a mixture of both competitive and free-roam objectives.
Do you think the payout of GTA V‘s new daily activities is worth the time investment?
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