GTA 5 Online has SECRET UFO mission that no one knows how to access
GRAND Theft Auto 5 players now have access to a new UFO-themed mission in the hugely popular game’s online multiplayer mode.
Released earlier this month, the mission tasks players with finding parts for a spaceship locked in a hangar at the Fort Zancudo military base.
A new UFO missions has been uncovered in GTA 5’s online multiplayer mode[/caption]
It’s new to the game following the release of GTA Online’s huge Summer Special update, which added new missions, cars and more on August 11.
Nobody knows how to activate the UFO mission, which was uncovered by GTA fans behind the “Game File Gurus” YouTube Channel.
The team regularly trawl through the code of popular video games to find hidden features and missions.
On Sunday, the group posted a video in which they play the mission using tools to force start it.
The mission tasks players with finding parts (green arrow above) for a spaceship locked away in a hangar at a military base[/caption]
The business battle mission – an online mission that involves picking up items – begins at Fort Zancudo, the military base near Los Santos.
Players must fight their way through a hoard of what appear to be special agents guardian an enormous UFO within an aircraft hangar at the base.
Once all the agents have been eliminated, players must collect spaceship parts scattered around the hangar.
These must then be taken to UFO-obsessed character Omega, who has appeared in alien-themed GTA Online missions in the past.
Grand Theft Auto 5 is one of the most successful video games of all time[/caption]
It’s not clear how players can activate the UFO mission, or what they get for completing it.
It’s likely players will at the very least earn experience and in-game cash, as well as help you build up supplies that you can sell later.
Rockstar’s Los Santos Summer Special added a host of new missions and features to GTA Online.
Among the changes are a new set of co-op missions launched from GTA Online’s Galaxy Super Yachts for between one and three players.
Grand Theft Auto games – a timeline
Here’s the full list…
- 1997 – Grand Theft Auto
- 1999 – Grand Theft Auto 2
- 2001 – Grand Theft Auto 3
- 2002 – Grand Theft Auto Vice City
- 2004 – Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
- 2008 – Grand Theft Auto 4
- 2013 – Grand Theft Auto 5
- 1999 – Grand Theft Auto London 1969
- 1999 – Grand Theft Auto London 1961
- 2009 – Grand Theft Auto 4 The Lost and Damned
- 2009 – Grand Theft Auto The Ballad of Gay Tony
- 2004 – Grand Theft Auto Advance
- 2005 – Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories
- 2006 – Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories
- 2009 – Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars
Meanwhile, players have access to more than a dozen new vehicles to purchase from auto websites.
They include tunable sportscars, off-roaders and a pair of new Open Wheel beauties.
Rockstar noted last month that more big updates are on the way for GTA Online, including the multiplayer mode’s “biggest ever” update.
That download will feature “our latest take on Heists in an entirely new location”, Rockstar said.
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