GTA V assassination missions clarified

There is so much more to Grand Theft Auto V than in previous versions, not because there is now a new multiplayer feature, but also the many new features within the main part of the game. One part we do love are the new GTA V assassination missions, as there is a decent list to go through.

These type of missions were in previous versions of the game, and Rockstar knew it was a fan favorite because it is an easy way to make a lot of cash. We have located several videos to offer a Assassination missions walkthrough for each type.

Remember that you can only start these missions once you have completed your first heist, and more will become available as you progress in the game.

The first video we have the Bus Assassination, which is a little tougher and requires more skill and planning ahead. However, the end result is the same, a heap load of cash for your trouble.

Some of you won’t mind the next mission, as the Vice Assassination means you will need to look for a hooker and allow her to get into a guys car. Once she is in you will then need to kill the driver, this can be achieved by doing a drive-by or just walk next to the car and kill him.

In the third video we get to see some GTA V Multi Target Assassination Gameplay, which is a little tougher because you will need to take out four people. You only have just over 8 minutes to compete this mission.

Finally, we have the Hotel Assassination, which is the first assassination mission given to Franklin by Lester. You need to make certain that you have more than enough of the competitive stock BetaPharmaceuticals, which is better explained in the video.

We do hope these videos were of use to you, and if you have any more advice, then please share this with our readers.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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