Maximizing Your Stats in Grand Theft Auto 5 Online
If you’re playing Grand Theft Auto 5 Online, you know how important it is to max out your stats to get the most out of your character. But what’s the most efficient way to do it? Our team at Old Grumpy Gamer did some experiments to find out.
For each experiment, we performed a consistent activity for 20 minutes, with a quick screen grab before and after each activity. We then set up measuring markers to get an accurate visual representation of our progress. We used a character named Lucy, who already had some stamina above the base of 5.5 markers.
We started with cycling. Lucy donned her sports outfit and went for a ride around the highways of Los Santos, pushing herself hard to make some gains. After 20 minutes, she gained roughly 3.5 markers worth of stamina.
Next up was swimming. After a quick change into some swimwear, Lucy hopped on a randos bike and took a trip to the beach, swimming flat-out for as long as possible while spending as much time underwater as possible. This exercise turned out to be pretty disappointing, with only 1.5 to 1.75 markers gained after 20 minutes, though her lung capacity increased dramatically.
The final exercise was running. After a quick change, Lucy headed out for a night run around the city. After 20 minutes of running, the results were phenomenal. She gained a whopping 6 markers worth of stamina—making running the fastest way to max out your stats in GTA5 Online.
From our experiments, we concluded that the most efficient way to build stamina is to simply sprint everywhere. This will result in one full stamina bar of points gained for every 40 minutes of sprinting.
If you want to level up your stats fast in Grand Theft Auto 5 Online, get running!
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