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Clever GTA Online trick makes Import/Export missions a breeze

Published: 28/Apr/2020 15:10 Updated: 29/Apr/2020 9:54

by Connor Bennett

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A Grand Theft Auto Online fan has devised a clever trick for completing Import and Export missions without needing to continually keep killing waves of enemies. 

The sprawling virtual streets of Los Santos have something for everybody in GTA Online. You can set up a motorbike gang, go and rob the Diamond Casino and Resort, run races in Formula One cars, and have stunt shows in your own planes – the possibilities are pretty endless.

Though, to fund all of this, you need a pretty sizable chunk of GTA Online cash. This can obviously be accumulated in a number of different ways, however, one of the best of which is doing jobs. Well, jobs like Import and Export to be exact.

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Import and Export missions require you to steal a number of different cars.

In Import and Export missions, you’re tasked with stealing high-end cars and dropping them off at different locations – the nicer the car, the fatter the paycheque. Though, the missions can be a little annoying to keep.

Obviously, the person you’re stealing the car from isn’t happy about things and will send waves and waves of enemies at you in hopes of either getting the vehicle back or taking you down in the cold light of day.

However, GTA Online fan blueberriesarepic has pointed out a clever trick that makes these missions easier. Instead of continually fighting off the waves of enemies, just leave the Helicopter pilots alive. This way, the game will assume you’ve not finished off a wave and as the pilot can’t shoot, you’re pretty much home scotfree.

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Now, you can obviously fight the waves of enemies because the game will only send four waves anyway, but following blueberriesarepic trick will save you time, money, and plenty of ammunition. 

That time saved will allow you to get back into jobs a little faster than planned so you can keep grinding out missions, racking up cash, and causing mayhem in GTA Online.

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Rockstar accused of censoring GTA 6 discussion amid map leaks

Published: 23/Oct/2020 19:08

by Michael Gwilliam

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Rockstar Games appears to be clamping down on GTA 6 discussion on social media after users claimed to have noticed their comments being censored on YouTube.

The news of the alleged censorship comes right as leaks supposedly revealing Vice City as the setting for the next installment in the franchise.

On Reddit, user TypicalPoetry22 voiced their frustration over the censorship with images showing how their comment about Grand Theft Auto 6 was removed from YouTube.

“So, like every time I watch the newly uploaded YouTube video from Rockstar Games. And like every time I also look at the comments,” they said, commenting that they spotted something suspicious. “There I noticed that I haven’t seen a single comment about GTA 6.”

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Could this leak be related to GTA 6?

According to TypicalPoetry22, they wrote a comment about GTA 6 and then opened their browser in incognito mode only to see that it wasn’t visible. “So, Rockstar Games has blacklisted ‘GTA 6’ on YouTube.”

In the attached images, you can see a screenshot of a comment that reads “GTA 6 when” and then another with the remark nowhere to be seen. However, “GTA VI” seems to still be allowed.

It’s unclear when Rockstar started implementing this filter – if they have at all – but its discovery comes as an older map leak for Grand Theft Auto 6 resurfaced after one eerily similar found its way onto the internet.

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Rockstar is accused of removing comments with “GTA 6” in them.

As Dexerto previously reported, the original leak seems to have emerged from someone with significant insider information as there is evidence suggesting they worked at Take-Two Interactive.

It is always possible that Rockstar is trying to prevent the spread of the map leaks on its own YouTube videos, but it could also just be the company trying to remove the influx of people commenting about a game that isn’t even announced yet.

Nonetheless, it’s a bit strange for Rockstar to be removing comments – if this is the case. Only time will tell when they finally decide to reveal the long-awaited sixth installment in the series.