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Full GTA 5 achievements and trophies list leaked ahead of release

The full GTA 5 achievements and trophies list has leaked online just one month ahead of the eagerly awaited GTA 5 release date.

Revealing the full extent of challenges and rewards that will offer gamers the chance to improve their gamer scores, the complete collection of Xbox 360 bound GTA 5 achievements is made up of 49 rewards worth a total of 1,000 gamer points.

Made up of a wide selection of challenges from the mundane to the frankly bizarre, the leaked list of GTA 5 achievements sees the usual 100 per cent game completion challenge backed up by an array of more peculiar tasks such as the ‘From Beyond the Stars’ achievement for “Collecting and returning all spaceship parts.”

With the GTA 5 achievements list split between in-game challenges and trophies for tasks within Grand Theft Auto Online, there are also 11 secret achievements of which no details are as yet known.

Forcing gamers to make use of the ability to switch between the three lead in-game protagonists, the GTA 5 achievement list includes a trophy dubbed ‘Three Man Army’ which requires gamers to “Survive 3 minutes on at least a 3 star Wanted Level with all three characters together off mission.”

Combining the usual crime-based GTA action with more light hearted, casual rewards, the leaked GTA 5 achievements list has shown that gamers will need to do things like fly planes under bridges, attend church and trade stocks in order to attain all rewards.

Although it is currently unclear how easy or hard it will be to obtain all 49 achievements, the rewards for completing the different tasks range from as little as five gamer points for completing the online introduction, to 100 points for completing the story mode.

The full list of leaked GTA 5 achievements for the Xbox 360 iteration of the game can be viewed at

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