Grand Theft Auto is a truly massive game. Between GTA 5 and the constant updates from Rockstar for GTA Online; there’s no shortage of new content and interesting things to do.
Everyone’s talking about the new DLC, and from what we can tell so far, it’s pretty damn good. The initial story line is at least a few hours long; Lamar is hilarious as always, and there is some cracking new music from Dre!
Join me, then as we look at everything you need to know about the new Agency Offices, for the Contact DLC in GTA 5 Online.
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So let’s start with the different properties. You can access these by heading to the Dynasty8 site; the same one you use for purchasing CEO Offices.
Going from cheapest to most expensive; we start with Little Seoul, at $2,010,000. It’s got a reasonable location and some lovely gardens nearby; but it’s in a weird location with not too much around it.
Next is the Vespucci Canals at $2,415,000; which is the one we ended up grabbing, because it’s closer to my Office and Apartment. This one’s pretty easy to get to, and has reasonable views of the canals.
At the same price of $2,145,000 we have Rockford Hills. This property is in a bit of a rougher spot, and the views aren’t as nice; but it does the job nonetheless.
Finally, at a $2,830,000 Hawick; the building itself is a little smaller, but it has some great views and is in pretty neat spot, especially if you have a Penthouse at the Casino.
While we’re on interiors, let’s have a look at the artwork. We have 3 different options; Power & Money, which is included;
Wallpaper next, which ranges ; with the Floral included…
Highlights are next, with the Charcoal included and colours ranging to $100,000.
The armoury is next and this is an absolute must, at $720,000. This let’s you purchase weapons, purchase body armour and modify weapons, too. The gun-locker is also handy, as it let’s you customise your load-out.
Accommodation is handy, but not absolutely necessary. It just means you can spawn at the Agency; so if you can afford it, grab it – if not, that’s OK, it just means an extra couple of minutes when you spawn in at the start of a session.
Finally the Vehicle Workshop. This one is a bit of a luxury at $800,000 – but it means you can modify vehicles in the Agencies property, and gives you access to the all-important anti-griefer measures – the remote control system and the homing missile nullifier thing-a-me-what’s-it.
Next, heading up one floor is the Armoury, Staff Workspace, Kitchen, Personal Quarters and Rec Area. You can speak to the Armoury Staff, grab some snacks and change clothes. This is also where you’ll spawn from.
So the garage can hold up to 20 vehicles; and has the Vehicle Workshop, if you’ve picked up the option. It also looks like it comes with an Armoured SUV. Fanklin’s Buffalo is down there, along with what I suspect is Imani’s bike; but we don’t have access to either of those.
Know any neat mods we could use to do a bit more exploration in San Andreas? Leave your suggestions in the comments.