GTA 5 Rampage Rednecks Gold Mission Walkthrough
Grand Theft Auto or GTA is a game that needs no introduction. With the constant updates from Rockstar for GTA Online and the endless possibilities for exploration, it’s no wonder why it’s a beloved game to any gamer out there. In this mission, we will be discussing the GTA 5 Rampage Rednecks and how to get gold in this mission.
To start, we need to get into a rampage mode where we will drop into the mission. The objective of this mission is to kill 45 rednecks, get three headshots and destroy two vehicles.
For starters, we will take out the first guy quickly before anyone notices us. Then, we’ll use the sandbar as cover to take out the guys slowly and methodically, ensuring we aim for headshots, so we meet the objective requirements. Keeping an eye on the mini-map is crucial in this mission, so you’re always aware of incoming waves of enemies.
Once we’ve gone through the waves of enemies, we need to destroy two vehicles, and we have the option to use the tank to take out one truck as it lines up. We’ll using very short bursts on the machine gun so we don’t go out of control and waste ammo. We also have grenades, which are handy to use against vehicles.
Always keep moving in the mission, and take cover whenever possible. Standing still can make you an easy target, and Trevor will not survive. Keep reloading and using short bursts on the machine gun to ensure we don’t waste ammo.
Once all the waves have been eliminated, and the vehicles are destroyed, we should have met the objective requirements and should have achieved the gold status on this mission. It’s important to note that keeping an eye on the mini-map is vital to completing this mission and keeping Trevor alive.
Grand Theft Auto 5 is an exciting game that is always evolving, and this mission is no exception. By following this walkthrough and completing the objectives, players should easily be able to achieve the gold status on this mission. Keep an eye on the mini-map, keep moving, aim for headshots, and be patient. Getting gold medals takes practice, but it’s possible to achieve with perseverance.