Players have a wealth of options to choose from in GTA Online, the online companion to the popular GTA 5, thanks to the game receiving a constant stream of updates. One of the older updates introduced various organizations, including allowing players to become CEOs and reap lots of benefits. Signing up as a CEO is relatively simple, just purchasing selected items from the store inside a player's virtual mobile phone.
Here's everything you need to know about signing up as CEO in GTA Online and VIP in GTA 5 and all the benefits you get from that boost.
How to register as CEO in GTA
The actual process to become a CEO is quite simple. Here's what you need to do:
- Visit the “Dynasty 8” website on your (virtual) mobile phone.
- You will see a list of desktop options. Buy an office (costing at least $1 million).
- Open the game's interaction menu.
- Select “SecuroServ” from the menu list.
- Select the "Register as CEO" option to complete the registration process.
Four office locations meet the $XNUMX million cost requirement:
- Maze Bank West costs a minimum of $1 million.
- The Arcadius Business Center costs $2,3 million.
- Lombank West costs $3,1 million.
- Maze Bank Tower is the most expensive location at $4 million.
Once you've purchased a location, you can choose optional decorations and furnishings and add office assistants before or after signing up.
What do you get as CEO?
CEOs get VIP status for four real-time hours upon registration. Some of the benefits of VIP status include no countdown or cooldown to use regular game features, unparalleled access to the game and other players. CEOs can also start nine VIP-exclusive jobs, some of which require associates to complete effectively. Some missions also require specific vehicles. These vehicles can be found by purchasing the associated buildings like warehouses and smaller offices and can only be obtained by CEOs.
Additionally, CEOs have an executive assistant in the office, which provides them with food and additional contact benefits, such as calling Pegasus for the player.
Other players can become the CEO's associates, giving them additional loyalty bonuses and cash each time the CEO completes a mission.
Once the four-hour time limit has passed, the player will lose their VIP status and will need to re-register after a 12-hour cool-down period.
Here are the most useful abilities when you become CEO:
- Luxury helicopter ride to any warehouse or special cargo location
- Additional ammunition
- Spawn Bull Shark Testostérone
- Get super heavy ammo
- Shadow organization; hide all team members and mission objective points from the map for three minutes
- Remove wanted levels and protect against leveling up for two minutes
- Observe what your associates are doing
How to Become a GTA 5 VIP
Like CEOs in GTA Online, GTA 5 has the VIP feature which shares most of the benefits. Here's what you need to do to become a VIP member:
- You will need at least $50 in your character's account balance to qualify for VIP status.
- Open the game's interaction menu.
- Scroll down until you see the "SecuroServ" or "VIP" option in the menu, then select it.
- Register as a VIP member by following the instructions.
- That is just about everything; now you can enjoy features without a cooldown for four hours.
Like CEO status, VIP expires after four real-time hours and has a 12-hour cooldown before being available again. If you want to start over, you should have no problem getting enough money to re-register as a VIP member as soon as possible.
Specific missions for the CEO
When you become CEO, your first course of action is usually to work to recoup the funds you just spent to buy the office. Luckily, most regular abilities don't have a cooldown or timer for the duration of VIP status. CEO jobs also pay significant amounts when completed, making them a worthwhile investment if you have a decent number of associates working to complete them.
Here are some of the missions you can participate in when you are in a CEO organization.
The player (or players) will have to steal vehicles wanted by the police and deliver them to a specified donation. Each car delivered rewards $10 and each motorcycle or quad rewards $000.
When playing alone, only one vehicle will appear. If you play in a party of up to four players, each gets a motorcycle or quad to steal. However, only two vehicles will be generated for work for any number of team members.
A mission similar to regular deathmatches, the executive version pits entire organizations against each other. The targeted organization must accept the challenge before the work can continue. Each CEO gets ten lives, and exhausting those lives causes them to lose the challenge. Other members of the organization can die without affecting the total number of lives – the mission rewards between $15 and $000 to the winner.
This hide-and-seek mode encourages the CEO to hide and remain undetected by other players for 10 minutes. Members of the organization can prevent the CEO from being discovered, usually by killing all members of the search party. If the CEO is not found, he earns $25, with additional benefits from members of the organization who successfully defend the CEO's position.
Any number of VIPs can take this mission at once. The objective is to steal a briefcase or a Rhino tank (depending on the version of the job) from a safe area and deliver it to the drop point. All players immediately receive a wanted level for the duration of the mission: $10 rewards, with optional performance-based bonuses.
The CEO must obtain three packages from random locations (chosen from 78 possible options) on the map. Each map location requires a different mini-game to unlock. The mission is on a 15 minute timer, with rewards based on how long it takes to complete. Max rewards pay out up to $25 for less than 000 minutes.
This mission requires the CEO to buy a yacht. When activated, attacking players spawn on the nearest beach, while defending players (the CEO organization) spawn on the ship. The CEO and his organization must prevent attackers from remaining on upper decks for more than 30 seconds at a time. The attackers lose if they run out of time, awarding the CEO up to $30.
When cast, the CEO is given a list of targets to assassinate, which are heavily protected by armored vehicles and bodyguards. Other players on the server can also come to defend the target against assassination attempts. The CEO and his team receive up to $30 depending on the total number of targets killed and the time it took to kill the targets.
In this mission, the CEO organization must retrieve a modified Cargobob and use it to pick up and drop off cargo. Cargo spawns nearby with 39 possible destination points. Rival players and organizations can destroy the Cargobob to prevent the mission. Airfreight rewards between $21 and $000, depending on the value of the cargo and the time taken to complete the mission.
The CEO must deliver a trailer (hauled by a modified Phantom truck which is more durable) while the associates protect them from rival attacks. The CEO wins if they reach the destination in time and all team members receive $20.
The organization is tasked with destroying three piles of crates scattered across Los Santos and the countryside. They also receive a Modified Phantom Wedge (which they must previously possess to start the mission) which spawns nearby to move between locations in time. NPCs guard crates, but rival players are also encouraged to guard charges. The maximum reward for this work is $30.
Requires the player to own a Ruiner 2000 to become available as a job. Players get a modified version of the vehicle with unlimited rockets to destroy 10 cars on the map. Players must race against time to complete the mission, while NPCs and other players in the area hinder the organization's efforts. The work rewards the organization up to $25 for winning.
Using a modified Technical Aqua, which the CEO must possess to begin work, the organization must destroy supplies near one of three possible locations. All NPCs in the area will shoot on sight, and rival players can destroy the Aqua to defeat the CEO. This mission brings in $25.
The CEO must use a modified Wastelander to deliver a vehicle to a specified location on the other side of the map before time runs out. A Wastelander must be in the possession of the CEO to unlock this mission. Rivals can destroy the cargo to defeat the organization and fail the mission. The CEO can receive up to $24 for this work.
The mission requires the CEO to purchase an Armored Boxville. When it starts, a modified Boxville appears nearby and the CEO's task is to survive inside the vehicle and protect it for ten minutes. If there are not enough players in the area, NPCs will spawn in an attempt to destroy the Boxville. The organization receives $30 at the end of the mission.
Using a Rocket Voltic, the CEO must maintain a speed of at least 60 mph for 10 minutes to win in this mission. If they do, they receive up to $35, depending on how many checkpoints are triggered. Each checkpoint reduces the timer and the final payout. The CEO must purchase a Rocket Voltic to unlock the job.
Rise in power
The organization must use a Ramp Buggy and motorcycles to climb over rooftops and other obstacles to retrieve the crates. If they manage to get 15 crates in less than 20 minutes, they win up to $40. The CEO must own a Ramp Buggy for this mission to be available.
The CEO and other team members must use modified Blazer Aqua quads to collect 30 crates in 10 minutes. Some crates float in the waters around the map. The more cases they collect, the better the payout, with a maximum of around $35. Other players in the session can destroy crates to reduce the potential payout. The CEO must own an Aqua Blazer to start the mission.
You have to spend money to make money as a CEO
Being CEO is an expensive ordeal, but it can be worth it when a group has spent a lot of time playing and preparing for the next step to unlock abundant missions. Just be aware that you must constantly re-register for VIP status to enjoy the full benefits of the role.
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