When Rockstar Games finally added the much-anticipated online heist missions to Grand Theft Auto V earlier this year, fans were also introduced to new daily objectives. These challenges offered players a rotating set of daily missions that presented GTA Online users with cash and RP rewards upon completion.
Now that daily missions have been a part of GTA V for almost six months, Rockstar Games has shared which online crews have managed to complete the most daily objectives. The developer shared on the Rockstar Newswire blog that these crews have managed to collectively earn millions of in-game cash for GTA Online for consistently finishing each day’s objectives.
While everyone knows that players can earn huge sums of cash for taking on the big co-op heist missions of GTA V, the newly released figures show that players can still manage to rake in millions just off completing their daily objectives. For example, the developer revealed that the members of crew Schleppo have finished a total of 810 daily objectives.
After doing the math, Rockstar Games confirmed that completing that many missions would net GTA V players a minimum of $7 million. However, users that consecutively complete all three available challenges each day can receive a stacking bonus which continues to increase their earning potential each day. As such, Rockstar noted that if the crew were able to complete just as many objectives on consecutive days, then their payout would jump to $14.5 million worth of GTA V spending cash.
The crew that has managed to complete the most daily objectives in GTA Online does have an impressive lead, but Rockstar Games showed that other teams aren’t far behind after posting a chart of the top crews from the developer’s official Twitter account. These five crews have become millionaires in GTA V by finishing more daily objectives than any other group across all platforms.
— Rockstar Games (@RockstarGames) September 2, 2015
Daily objectives were added to Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the same title update that introduced online heists. The patch went live just before the game was launched on PC in March. While PC gamers had a longer wait before getting their chance to try out GTA V, they were able to enjoy a few extra features that weren’t available to console fans.
Most notably, PC users were able to create their own custom videos using the built-in tools of the Rockstar Editor. However, as the Inquisitr recently reported, the editor is expected to be added to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game later this month.
With so much money available for those willing to complete the daily objectives of GTA V, do you take the time to finish the online challenges?
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