GTA Online: Here’s How to “Kill a Revealed Player”

GTA 5 Online Heres How to Kill a Revealed Player
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Grand Theft Auto is already infamous for the endless hours of fun and entertainment it offers fans, and the introduction of GTA Online has only added even more content for fans to enjoy. Daily Objectives can be incredibly rewarding for any player with a high enough rank, but many players are still eager to learn exactly how to “Kill a Revealed Player” in GTA 5 Online.

  • Article Breakdown:
  • Players will need to select a Deathmatch or a Capture Job in GTA Online and use Lester Crest’s “Reveal Players” service via their character’s smartphone, which costs $500 per service.
  • However, players may not manage to kill the revealed player within the 1 minute provided by Lester’s service, meaning that the objective could demand multiple calls and payments.

Daily Objectives in GTA Online

GTA Online has possibly become the most popular GTA title among fans in recent years, offering an amazing way for fans to enjoy the game with others in multiplayer mode – in addition to the game’s iconic and well-loved “Free Roam” mode style. Since Rockstar Games has been infamous for adding new events and content through GTA Online updates, fans have plenty to keep themselves entertained.

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One of the more recent GTA Online updates that involved the introduction of new heists also came along with the Daily Objectives feature. Daily Objectives are given to players as a simple way to gain extra in-game cash and some well-needed RP, provided that the player has already reached Rank 15 – which is the milestone at which Daily Objectives are unlocked.

At the time of writing, there are different types of Daily Objectives for players to complete, which are classified and grouped based on the requirements and the necessary environment. The different types of Daily Objectives in GTA Online have been listed below.

  • Game Modes Objectives
  • Free Roam Objectives
  • Contact Service Objectives
  • Objectives added with the Diamond Casino & Resort update
  • Objectives added with The Diamond Casino Heist update
  • Objectives added with The Cayo Perico Heist update
  • Objectives added with the Los Santos Tuners update
  • Objectives added with The Contract update
  • Objectives added with The Criminal Enterprises update

Players will need to try and complete a range of randomized Daily Objectives each day, with each set of 3 objectives providing cash and RP rewards. Players will need to complete all 3 given objectives in order for the Daily Objectives reward to be unlocked, and for progress to be tracked in contribution toward more significant rewards as well.

Rewards for Completing Daily Objectives

Players who complete the entire set of 3 Daily Objectives will be provided with cash and RP for that day, with funds deposited directly into the player’s in-game bank account. GTA Online players were initially rewarded $25,000 before the Diamond Casino & Resort update, after which the cash reward was increased to $30,000.

Regarding RP rewards for completing the Daily Objectives for one day, players initially received 3,000 RP before the Diamond Casino & Resort update, which has since been increased to 5,000 RP. With that being said, many players are devoted to completing each set of Daily Objectives every day as this counts towards even larger rewards over time, as seen below.

GTA Daily ObjectivesWeekly RewardsMonthly Rewards
DescriptionPlayers will receive this bonus reward every 28 consecutive days they complete the given Daily Objectives.Players will receive this bonus reward for every 28 consecutive days that they complete the given Daily Objectives.
Cash Reward$150,000 ($100,000 prior to the Diamond Casino & Resort Update)$750,000 ($500,000 prior to the Diamond Casino & Resort Update)
RP Reward20,000 RP (15,000 RP prior to the Diamond Casino & Resort Update)50,000 RP

Players also have access to Numeric Rewards for completed Daily Objectives, where players will receive a bonus reward for reaching certain completion milestones, as seen below.

  • The 10th completed activity has a $10,000 bonus
  • The 20th completed activity has a $20,000 bonus
  • The 50th completed activity has a $50,000 bonus
  • The 100th completed activity has a $100,000 bonus

Completing all of the Daily Objectives for 28 consecutive days would have earned each player around $1,400,000 and 167,000 RP before the Diamond Casino & Resort update. Since then, this average has increased to around $1,920,000 and 230,000 RP in monthly Daily Objectives rewards.

How to “Kill a Revealed Player” in GTA Online

Although many Daily Objectives are simple and straightforward, many players have found it tricky to “Kill a Revealed Player”. This particular Daily Objective is classified as a Contact Service Objective, which gives fans a clue as to how they need to complete the task.

In order to complete this objective, players will need to select Deathmatch or a Capture Job and use Lester Crest’s “Reveal Players” service via their character’s smartphone, which costs $500 per service. However, players may not manage to kill the revealed player within the 1 minute provided by Lester’s service, meaning that the objective could demand multiple calls – amounting to between $1,000 and $1,500, or even more in some players’ cases.

Players will simply need to follow the steps below in order to “Kill a Revealed Player” in GTA Online:

  1. Navigate to the Online tab, and locate the Jobs panel.
  2. From there, navigate to either a Deathmatch or Capture Job and choose to start the job. Select jobs confined within a relatively small area, as this will help kill the player quickly.
  3. Once players start the job, they must call Lester using the character’s smartphone.
  4. The available services should appear, and players will need to select the option to Reveal Players for the cost of $500.
  5. This service will only last 1 minute, with the remaining time indicated on the player’s screen, and players will need to kill the revealed player within that timeframe for the Daily Objective to be completed. If players do not kill the player within the timeframe, they must call Lester and request the service again for another 1 minute (at an additional charge).

That’s everything there is to know about killing revealed players and completing Daily Objectives in GTA Online, with images and stats thanks to the GTA Wiki. While many players may struggle with this particular Daily Objective at first, getting the hang of it will lower the overall cost over time – plus, the chance of getting the weekly and monthly rewards will definitely be worthwhile.

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