GTA Online players smashed the $2 trillion heist challenge set by Rockstar Games and can now claim the Tahoma Coupe as their reward. Here’s what you need to know.
The heist challenge was confirmed in November, setting players the task of playing as many heists as they can in Grand Theft Auto V’s online mode. Collectively, the community needed to reach a score far greater than years gone by – but still, they managed to pull it off.
Players that completed heists to help smash the community objective will be able to claim a new vehicle in a future update, according to Rockstar.
However, it’s very much an unnamed vehicle at this stage. Here’s everything we know about the rewards so far.
GTA Online heist rewards revealed
“Shout out to the GTA Online community for once again obliterating our expectations in The Heists Challenge, this time surpassing over $4 trillion total!” they tweeted on December 1.
In 2020, the challenge total was set at just $100 billion, so in two years the community is still looking stronger than ever. They actually doubled the $2 trillion asked of them.
They continued: “As a result, you’ve unlocked a free new vehicle coming soon to GTA Online. Stay tuned for more details.”
Rockstar has now officially confirmed what vehicle players can expect, with the most recent winter update announcement noting that players will receive a “retro-styled Declass Tahoma Coupe” for the smashing success in the heists Challenge.
How to claim GTA Online heist challenge rewards
To get your hands on the Tahoma Coupe, you’ve simply got to go to the Southern San Andreas Super Autos website in-game and claim it.
The easiest way to find it will be to change the price filter so the ‘free’ cars pop up first. From there, simply click on the Tahoma, pick the style you want, and order it to a free space in one of your garages.
When are GTA Online heist challenge rewards out?
Rockstar have only made the Tahoma Coupe available for a very short period of time. It’ll be free from December 16 to December 18 using the steps above.
After that, the car will still be live on Southern San Andreas Super Autos, but it will cost $1,500,000. So, get it while you can!