GTA V Online: 6 Ways You Definitely Shouldn’t Spend Your $500k
This week, Rockstar finally put their guilty plan into action to make everyone forget about their horrendous errors on the…
This week, Rockstar finally put their guilty plan into action to make everyone forget about their horrendous errors on the launch of GTA Online, rolling out the stimulus package and giving players a sizable chunk of cash (or $500k in other words) to say sorry.
Since then, we’ve seen lots of guides to how to spend the money, including smart suggestions like buying real estate and customising a car (naturally with lots of security) to make you a big deal in the Online world, but noone seems to have identified the pitfalls and mistakes you could make with your blood money.
Because, frankly, it’s way, way too easy to waste money in GTA Online. Easier than you probably ever imagined, in fact.
Rockstar clearly know that players are going to waste their pay-off (hence breaking it up into two pieces,) but even they are probably unaware of just how incredibly frivilous some online players can be with their money and assets.
Basically speaking, this list is also one collating the reasons why Rockstar’s $500k blood money just isn’t enough for the issues that have dogged the Online release since launch, given how easy it is to waste a hell of a lot of money, really quickly….
Just Carry It About
It’s nice to wander around with a giant wedge of cash in your pocket, it makes you feel big and clever and really important. It also makes you a great big target for everyone with a thirst for cash.
The money obviously didn’t spawn into your actual pockets, but you can of course withdraw your cash to look at it, if you’re so inclined, which is pretty much exactly the same as handing it over to the nearest person with a gun, and just cutting out the middle stage of the transaction, with all the blood.
But then, you’re not that stupid, are you…?