Changing your target in the GTA Online Cayo Perico heist might not look possible, but there’s a very handy trick that could land you more Pink Diamonds and Panther statues.
Steps to change your target in Cayo Perico heist – in pictures
1. Visit your Apartment in GTA Online, go to the heist setup room and start the job
Get everybody together to start the Cayo Perico heist.
2. Fly the Velum plane across the map until you reach Cayo Perico
This plane ride might get tiring, but it’s worth it.
3. Bypass the VOLTLab system by completing the puzzle
The system is quite tricky to crack for newcomers, but you will get the hang of it.
4. Open the Sightsser app on your iFruit phone and hack the camera
Check the target that you have been assigned.
5. Check to see which target you have been given and restart the GTA Online heist if you would like to change
Back to the drawing board.
All GTA Online Cayo Perico rewards and value
Here is the full list of Cayo Perico heist targets and cash rewards, once you have completed the job.
- Sinsimito Tequila – $900K Normal / $990K
- Hard Ruby Necklace – $1M Normal / $1.1M
- Hard Bearer Bonds – $1.1M Normal / $1.21M
- Hard Pink Diamond – $1.3M Normal / $1.43M
- Hard Panther Statue – $1.73M Normal / $1.9M Hard
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