A GTA Online player has revealed exactly how they made $60 million in a single day doing various types of missions. Although they make it look easy, it’s certainly no walk in the park.
Dexerto says “In order to own all of the most exciting vehicles, buildings, and businesses in GTA 5, you need a way of making money consistently. For a lot of players, this is the hardest aspect of the game and can be a bit of a challenge.While there are multiple heists that players can take part in for a hefty amount of profit, they often require some cash to get started and can put new players off. So, what’s the quickest way to make money in the game?
Well, one player has shown exactly how they made $60 million in a single day and it’s impressive how many missions they managed to complete.”
How to make $60 million in a day on GTA Online
A new video on reddit has surfaced showing someone that made 60 million in 1 day, and managed to get nearly 1,000 upvotes.
During the video, mahanpourfakhr is seen completing a variety of missions across the map. From delivering special cargo in planes to selling goods to various specialist dealers across Los Santos, all while making tons of money doing it.
Each of the missions and sales were completed under a 24hr period, which proves it to be possible to make a ton of money if you are willing to grind in GTA.
“In total, after selling two of every business, mahanpourfakhr managed to profit around $60 million total. While method of making money won’t suit everybody, there’s no denying it’s effective and consistent.”
Whether you enjoy completing heists or doing cargo missions on GTA Online for money, it’s all about finding a system you can stick with. Unfortunately, as mahanpourfakhr has proven, that sometimes means you’ll have to grind out some boring content.
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