How to Start Contract DLC GTA 5 Online

If you need to know how to start the GTA 5 Online Contract DLC, you’ve come to the right place. You just need to jump through a couple of hoops, nothing too hard. Well, that is, once the servers clear up long enough for you to even get there in the first place. In this guide, we’ll explain in detail how to begin the GTA V Online Contract DLC.

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how to start contract dlc gta 5 online
How to Start Contract DLC GTA 5 Online

How to Start The Contract DLC GTA V Online

To start the GTA V Online The Contract DLC, you first need to download the new content, of course. If you were in the game when it launched, make sure to exit and let it update (it’s 4 GB, by the way). After that’s done, go back into the game and access your phone. Find the Dynasty8 Executive add on it, and open it. This will allow you to actually purchase an Agency, which is necessary to really dive into the new content. So, how exactly does that work?

Well, there are four Agencies that you can choose from. These are in Little Seoul ($2,010,000), Vespucci Canals ($2,145,000), Rockford Hills ($2,415,000), and Hawick ($2,830,000). These are just the base prices; there are also various upgrades you can buy for your Agency. You can add accommodation ($275,000), an armory ($720,000), art ($340,000), highlights ($100,000), a vehicle workshop ($800,000), and wallpaper ($442,500). To start the GTA 5 Online Contract DLC, after you’ve purchased your Agency, head into the actual building and watch the cutscene. From there, you can find missions on the job board in the office.

Well, actually, you also have to make sure that you’re the CEO of the company and that you have Passive Mode disabled. For the former, find the appropriate option in the SecuroServ part of the menu, and check yourself as the CEO. And that about wraps it up. I hope you have enough money stashed away to purchase an Agency, let alone the upgrades. And by the way, they’re not just for decoration. The armory actually unlocks the Stun Gun and Compact EMP Launcher, for example.

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    When will this be released

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