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GTA Online’s November 22 update: BR8 + 3x GTA$

A new week means a new GTA Online update, with a new podium reward, and some major discounts as well.



This week’s GTA Online update has revealed a brand new legendary podium vehicle. There also garages on sale and many new discounts and bonuses waiting for you in Los Santos.

Rockstar’s latest weekly update is here for GTA Online. As usual, they’ve made changes to the available bonuses, log in rewards, and discounts. You’ll also get a brand new casino rewards vehicle and online event.

This information was revealed by the reliable TezFunz2. Here are the November 22 GTA online patch notes.

GTA Online November 22 update: Patch notes

Casino rewards vehicle

The Benefactor BR8 is this week’s free vehicle that you can win at the podium wheel. You can take home this Legendary Motorsport without spending a dime, a great deal considering it usually costs $3,400,000. Just try your luck at The Diamond Casino & Resort.

This sports vehicle has KERS that grants you a brief boost in speed, much like the Vindicator. You can recharge the boost by slowing the BR8 for just 6 seconds.

Open Wheel Races event and bonuses

There are new weekly bonuses and incentives as you will get 3x GTA$ and RP on:

  • Deadline Adversary mode
  • King of the Hill mode

You will also get 2x GTA$ and RP on the newest GTA online event by playing Open Wheel Races. This event is available until 8:00 a.m. GMT on December 10.

Login Rewards

You can log in this week to collect the following rewards:

  • Nagasaki White
  • Red Tee

If you have a PS Plus subscription then you will get $1 million just for logging in during November. So if you haven’t claimed this reward then be sure to get it before the month ends.

Races/Time Trials

  • Premium Race: Eight Figure Bonus
  • Time Trial: Up-n-Atom
  • RC Time Trial: Construction Site II


Coming to this week’s discounts, you will get 40% off:

  • RE-7B ($1,485,000)
  • Casino Penthouse Garage
  • Arcade Garage
  • All Dynasty 8 Garages
  • Arena Garage Floors
  • Office Garages
  • MOC Personal Vehicle Storage
  • Nightclubs

In addition to this, you will also get 30% off a few other vehicles and services:

  • R88 ($2,180,500)
  • Hakuchou Drag ($683,200)
  • Rampant Rocket ($647,500)
  • Vindicator ($441,000)
  • Nightclub Renovations
  • Large Special Cargo Warehouses.

That’s all the discounts in this week’s GTA Online update, so be sure to jump into Los Santos and make the most of them while they last.


GTA Trilogy leak reveals minimum and recommended PC requirements

The minimum and recommended PC requirements for GTA The Trilogy have been reportedly leaked, so here’s what kind of rig you may need.



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GTA The Trilogy: Definitive Edition is set to release in 2021 across consoles and PC, and the minimum and recommended PC requirements have reportedly leaked, revealing the game to be more demanding than GTA V.

After months of leaks and rumors, Rockstar Games officially announced the GTA The Trilogy: Definitive Edition.

This remaster of Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, and San Andreas will hit consoles and PC this year.

Ahead of its listing on Steam, notable leaker alloc8or has leaked the minimum and recommended PC requirements. These GTA Trilogy PC requirements were shared by gaming news account Okami Games, who noticed that they’re higher than GTA Vs.

GTA Trilogy minimum PC requirements

As pointed out by Okami Games, the GTA Trilogy’s leaked PC requirements are higher than GTA V’s. Of course, GTA V’s PC edition is over six years old, and hardware has improved a ton in that time. But, it gives an indication of the kind of improvements the game will see.

However, the reported minimum specs aren’t too taxing, but you’ll still need a reasonably modern rig to achieve a stable and playable frame rate.

  • OS: Windows 10
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-2700K / AMD FX-6300
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 2GB / AMD Radeon R9 280 3GB
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • Storage Space: 45 GB

GTA Trilogy recommended PC requirements

gta trilogy cover art

Of course, the GTA Trilogies recommended PC requirements are higher than the minimum. Rockstar will reportedly recommend 16 GB of RAM, which is quite the climb from the minimum 8.

And of course, you’ll need a more powerful GPU and CPU to run at the recommended settings, with you needing either a GTX 970 or an RX 570.

  • OS: Windows 10
  • CPU: Intel Core i7-6600K / AMD Ryzen 5 2600
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 4GB / AMD Radeon RX 570 4GB
  • RAM: 16 GB
  • Storage Space: 45 GB

Of course, the PC version will allow you to tinker with graphics settings to find the perfect combination of performance and visuals.

These PC requirements aren’t official, and they are subject to change, so you may find Rockstar’s own listing may be different from this early leak.

For more Grand Theft Auto, check out how to see UFOs in GTA Online.

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How to see UFOs in GTA Online

UFOs have begun popping up over the GTA Online map, and here’s how you can find them in the Sightseeing event.



UFO in GTA Online

UFOs have begun popping up over the GTA Online map, and they might be connected to the next big event in the game. Here’s how you can find the UFO locations in GTA Online.

Rockstar Games frequently introduce new content in GTA Online through weekly updates. The new additions include vehicles, discounts, login rewards, along with cash and RP boosts.

The October 14 update added a flying saucer over Los Santos. Many players have noticed this mysterious UFO and have been searching for it as part of the Sightseeing event.

Here are all the UFO locations in GTA Online.

GTA Online UFO locations

GTA Online UFO locations

The GTA Online UFO is difficult to find because it appears in different locations on different days. You’ll be able to spot the lights from the flying saucer from a few miles away.

Here are all the UFO locations in GTA Online:

  1. 15 October 2021: Just off Paleto Forest above the beach
  2. 16 October 2021: North point of the map near Paleto Bay
  3. 17 October 2021: Peak of Mt. Chiliad
  4. 18 October 2021: Around the lighthouse near Grapeseed coast
  5. 19 October 2021: Altruist Camp radio tower to the west of Mt. Chiliad
  6. 20 October 2021: Alien Camp near Sandy Shores
GTA Online UFO

The UFO will appear between 10 PM and 3 AM in-game time. However, if you approach it in a vehicle then the flying saucer will disable your ride. Then, you’ll be left stranded as the alien makes its escape.

One interesting thing to note is that on Day 2, the UFO spawned over the drowned saucer that’s been in the game for a while. This has led to fans believing that a major event is coming around Halloween time.

Hopefully, we’ll know what Rockstar are planning soon enough. For more GTA, check out how to get Job Points in GTA Online, and stay tuned to Charlie INTEL.

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What is JP in GTA Online? How to get Job Points

Every wondered what JP means in GTA Online? Here’s everything you need to know about Job Points, including how to earn them.



GTA Online race earning Job Points

GTA Online players will notice they accrue ‘JP’ or Job Points while completing missions, so here’s what they mean and how to earn them.

GTA Online has been out for eight years now, giving players a ton of content, including missions, races, Heists, and Deathmatches. With the next-gen version of GTA V releasing next year and the GTA Remastered Trilogy coming soon, there’s good reason to pick up GTA Online in 2021.

But as you’re completing jobs, you may notice that you’re building up JP.

These are Job Points, and we explain exactly what these do and how to earn them.

What are Job Points in GTA Online?

GTA Online players on a mission

JP, or Job Points, are the points awarded to players who complete jobs in GTA Online. These are especially important in playlists, where the player with the most JP at the end is crowned the winner.

Job Points are also used for tiebreakers in the job selection menu. When two jobs receive the same amount of votes, the outcome is decided by the side with the most combined Job Points.

When you back out of a session, your JP will reset to 0.

How to get Job Points in GTA Online

Cars racing in GTA Online

Job Points are straightforward to earn. You’ll get them for completing jobs in GTA Online, such as Races and Missions. The better you do in the job, the more JP you’ll earn.

Here’s a breakdown of the points earned for Races and Deathmatches:

  • 1st Place: 15 JP
  • 2nd Place: 12 JP
  • 3rd Place: 10 JP
  • 4th Place: 8 JP
  • 5th Place: 7 JP
  • 6th Place: 6 JP
  • 7th Place: 5 JP
  • Etc

Players can also earn an additional JP for being the MVP in Deathmatch modes. If you’re the MVP on the winning team, you’ll earn 16 JP.

Successful missions will grant players 15 Job Points, with an extra JP being awarded to the player who completes the main task, boosting it to 16.

For more GTA Online, you can check out how to get the Prize Ride Vehicle.

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