Heists & Missions
Similar to the old GTA instalments, GTA 5 on Android gameplay still hinges on the sequence of heists and missions, with their own set play-by-play objectives, that you have to complete in order to progress in the game. Making more progress in the game can be motivated by the fact that the more your progress, the more surprise game content you get to access.
Another interesting point in the GTA 5 missions’ system is that you get perform more difficult heists with the aid of the game’s AI-controlled characters, each with their own unique skill set such as hacking and pro-driving. Of course, upon completion of the mission, these accomplices will also be taking a cut of the reward. You are also given an option to hire them later in the game for heists that require multiple, complex strategies.
A significant improvement that GTA 5 has made over GTA 4 is the inclusion of the mission checkpoint feature. We all know how grindy it is to go through the preliminary parts of a mission just because you failed at the end. Now, there are certain checkpoints that you can go back to in the game so you do not need to start from scratch every time. Rockstar has also made improvements on the gameplay’s auto-aim and cover system, this time in GTA 5, you can rely more on them while doing your missions.