Getting gold in GTA 5’s Prologue is pretty much a foregone conclusion; but it’s still fun to push hard and get through the level in the fastest way possible.
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.
Join me, then, in our new series, Getting gold in every damn mission, in GTA 5 as we look at the Grand Theft Auto Prologue.
…and don’t forget to hang about until the end, so you can catch our quick look at some of the Easter Eggs you may have missed.
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Note, this is a GTA 5 Guide for Beginners 2020 and part of our wider series How to get gold in every mission in GTA 5 – where we do complete GTA Walkthroughs for every mission 🙂
After locking several hostages in a room, Trevor wires an explosive to the vault doors, and Michael detonates them via his phone.
As the crew make their escape, Michael is held at gunpoint by a security guard, who also removes the mask from his head. Michael advises the guard to forget what he saw and leave, but Trevor shoots him in the head. The trio blow open another door and leave the building, but are already swarmed by the local law enforcement.
The crew reach their getaway vehicle and are driven away, but they are pursued by more police vehicles, and their hired getawday driver is shot in the head. Michael pushes his body out of the door and grabs the wheel, crashing one of their pursuer’s car into a roadside tree.
The trio survive, and Trevor suggests an alternative route to the getaway chopper, but Michael insists that they stick to the original plan.
Trevor is forced to take out the oncoming police officers alone, refusing to abandon his crew, but Michael persuades Trevor to go on without him.
At a local cemetery, a funeral for Michael Townley is held.
Dave Norton, the agent who “Shot” him, supervises the proceedings, whilst Michael himself observes from a distance and flicks away his cigarette.