How to get cheaper ammo in GTA Online with simple trick - Dexerto

How to get cheaper ammo in GTA Online with simple trick

Published: 19/Jul/2020 13:49

by Connor Bennett


Grand Theft Auto Online players have got some clever tips in getting cheaper ammunition for their weapons that might also save going on a lengthy trip to Ammu-Nation. 

As you’d expect, GTA Online has got a huge arsenal of weapons that players can use in order to complete missions, cause mayhem on NPCs, and even gun down their fellow players. 

These include the completely assault rifles, pistols, and submachines gun as well as the weird and wacky laser rifles and explosive guns. Though, keeping your selection of weapons stocked up with ammo can be a bit of a pain – especially if you find yourself mid-mission and running low. 

However, some players have got a clever clip that allows them to save nearly half the price on using the action and inventory menu to source some new ammo.

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Having enough ammo is key in GTA Online.

The tip comes via Reddit user Vic__B, who noted that while you can head to Ammu-Nation to grab ammo, you can also start up a mission or job from your phone and stock up there instead. 

By starting one of these contact missions, you will be dropped into the pre-job menu and have the option to purchase a complete stock of ammo. 

While it might come with a big price tag – especially if you’ve got a whole lot of weapons to your name – you will actually save around 40% compared to buying magazines from the action and inventory menu.

TIP: When you want to buy ammo, launch any contact mission and buy "full ammo", it’s cheaper than the interaction menu 🙂 from gtaonline

The method might a bit longer than the action and inventory menu, by starting a job you will cut out the need to plan a route to the nearest Ammu-Nation store, which is a godsend if you’re out in the sticks.

Though, if you do want to head to Ammu-Nation, you will save money compared to the action and inventory menu but it will the same price as following the contact mission method.


Rockstar accused of censoring GTA 6 discussion amid map leaks

Published: 23/Oct/2020 19:08

by Michael Gwilliam


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.”

GTA 6 map leak
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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.

Rockstar censors GTA 6 comments
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.