Fri. Dec 2nd, 2022

GTA Online’s monthly heist event ends on November 30th, and Rockstar is challenging the gaming community to steal a total of $2 trillion in the game over the next week. That’s double what GTA Online players managed during their last heist challenge two years ago, when the goal was set for the much smaller $100 billion. Rockstar is promising a “special reward” later this year if the community hits a total of $2 trillion in stolen money. Maybe buy Twitter back for Christmas?

The Crime Enterprises update for GTA Online, released this summer, will allow you to kick people out of your nightclub.

The final reward of the Heists Challenge was a free kart, which was pretty cool. If you’re up for the challenge, you just need to complete any Heist Finals before November 30th and it will count towards the community total. However, it might be worth targeting the Pacific Standard Job during the week because it pays out double cash and in-game reputation before the end of the month. You will also receive a special jumper. All prep missions in the Classic Heists also always double the money and experience, and all prep missions for the Doomsday Heist pay out 1.5 times more. Gotta get things to a cushty start.

The Heist event lasted the entire month. Rockstar experienced something of a heist back in September when their network was compromised and footage of the early development of Grand Theft Auto 6 was filmed. will have any long-term impact on the development of the sequel. A UK teenager was arrested in connection with the break-in and later pleaded not guilty in court.

GTA V is available on Steam and the Epic Games Store for £25/$30/€30, including access to GTA Online. You can read more about the latest heist challenge here. We are still waiting for news about GTA 6.