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Requiring improvement: Second and third person rewards
- "Whet your appetite for destruction with an all-you-can-eat buffet. Get strapped with a favorite piece of heavy artillery and let loose over a given time period with no wanted level in sight. Wanton destruction is rewarded with every bullet hole and blast. The player with the largest property damage bill who causes the most destruction will win."
- — Description.
- "It's time to rack up some apocalyptic property damage to earn yourself a generous cash and RP bonus. Keep in mind that the more expensive the stuff you wreck, the higher the score, so head on over to The Vinewood Hills, Richman, and Rockford Hills and do Trevor Philips proud by going on your wildest rampage."
- — Rockstar Newswire DescriptionLike other Freemode Events in GTA Online, the players in the current session will be notified that Criminal Damage will begin soon. A 3 minute countdown period will begin.
Once begun, the objective is fairly simple: cause the most damage, by racking up the destruction costs. The top 3 players who've caused the most costly damage will be listed in the Gold, Silver, Bronze table located at the bottom right of the HUD.
The players have 5 minutes to cause destruction. During Criminal Damage, police will not respond to any crimes committed.
The value at which each vehicle is worth when destroyed is the same as the price of the vehicle. However, the following is a list of all non-purchasable vehicles and their values during this mission:
- Boxville (all variants) = $25,000
- Burrito (all variants) = $13,000
- Bison (other variants) = $30,000
- Dubsta and Dubsta2 = $120,000
- Daemon (lost variant) = $20,000
- Emperor (standard) = $8,000
- Emperor (beater variant) = $5,000
- FQ 2 = $50,000
- Futo = $9,000
- Gang Burrito (lost variant) = $16,000
- Granger (other variants) = $35,000
- Habanero = $42,000
- Manana = $8,000
- Peyote = $12,000
- Phoenix = $20,000
- Rancher XL (other variants) = $9,000
- Ruiner = $10,000
- Ruffian = $10,000 (Story Mode price rather than GTA Online price)
Some vehicles' values are different from their price on websites purchasable:
Some of the most expensive vehicles which can spawn naturally are as listed:
- Titan = $2,000,000
- Annihilator = $1,825,000
- Buzzard = $1,750,000
- Luxor = $1,625,000
- Frogger = $1,300,000
- Shamal = $1,150,000
To prevent the player from using extremely expensive DLC vehicles to boost their score, the game does not permit many DLC vehicles, such as the Luxor Deluxe, Ruiner 2000, Ramp Buggy, Oppressor and Phantom Wedge, whose prices are extremely high. Some original vehicles, such as the Rhino Tank also do not count.
- Fairly obviously, the player is either going to need a high-powered/highly damaging weapon or vehicle. In terms of availability, beginner players should stick to Grenades and Sticky Bombs, unless they have any armed vehicles. Higher level players should choose something with an explosive cannon for the most effective use. A Hydra, Savage and Rhino are good picks, for their infinite ammo, fast reload times, and their functionality.
- Causing a pile-up of cars is the best way to cause more damage. This way, the player has the chance of taking the lead quicker than if they destroy cars individually; one after the other.
- Be ready - chances are, players will immediately start taking the lead, and once players begin the to take the lead, it can be tricky to catch up and take their position. Remember to be ready, in a safe, suitable (somewhere with a lot of traffic) spot, and be equipped with the chosen weapon/vehicle.
- Pegasus vehicles called in by the player will also count towards the total damage, with higher-cost vehicles such as the Swift Deluxe contributing up to $750,000 towards the score. Pegasus will generally gain a 5 minute cooldown once this Freemode Event begins, although there are workarounds which allow the player to not be affected by the cooldown.
- An exploitable method is to register as a CEO through SecuroServ, request any aircraft, such as a Buzzard Attack Chopper, and destroy the vehicle. This method can be repeated to earn $750,000 per aircraft destroyed.
- One of the fastest ways to score the most amount of money in a small time is destroying Lazers in Fort Zancudo (and any other vehicle there) with the help of another Jet or Helicopter (Explosive MG preferred). This will contribute $750,000 per jet/helicopter destroyed.
- If the player is using an aircraft, they should bail out of it in the last 20 seconds making the vehicle explode and add a good amount to the score.
- Criminal Damage and other Freemode Events announced on Rockstar Newswire
- Game Tips on Rockstar Newswire