One of the missions in GTA Online's The Contract DLC has players wondering how to operate certain hangar doors. Here's how to do it.
As a content update that returns to single-player aspects of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto Online, The Contract allows players to choose how they want to approach missions. Partnering up with Franklin Clinton from Grand Theft Auto V to resolve compromising situations local celebrities have gotten themselves into will have players running various errands across Los Santos. One such mission takes the newfangled celebrity fixers to a hangar with locked doors and an exit button hiding in plain sight.
Whether embodying the role of a CEO, a VIP or an MC Club president, players can accept free mode Security Contracts that involve vehicle recovery in GTA Online's latest expansion. In one of the scenarios, Franklin gives the players a call and tasks them with retrieving of a stolen motorcycle in a hangar found at Los Santos International Airport. The mission in itself is pretty straightforward, as it only requires the players to locate the designated vehicle and return it to the Agency. However, exiting LSIA's premises might prove surprisingly time-consuming.
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After arriving at the LSIA and discovering Hangar 1 in the southeast corner of the map, enter the location via the rear door to reveal a military aircraft known as Titan and hostiles in its vicinity. Once players have taken down their sworn enemies and located the embezzled motorcycle within the plane, an in-game prompt will let them know that they have to unlock the hangar doors if they wish to proceed with the mission. However, there are no indicators on the mini map or visual cues revealing the whereabouts of the switch that operates said doors.
To find the large green exit button in the hangar, players should position themselves at the nose of the Titan. From there, they will have a clear view of mobile boarding stairs a short distance away from the aircraft, located on the right-hand side of the screen. To their right is a concrete column housing a switch that conveniently blends into its surroundings. When approached, a small arrow will appear directly above it, allowing the celebrity fixers to interact with the button and successfully open the hangar doors.
Delivering the vehicle to the Agency will mark the end of the mission, and if it happens to be the first Security Contract the players complete, they can unlock the VIP Contract shortly after. This will get them one step closer to meeting Dr. Dre in person and partaking in the main course of The Contract DLC. Tending to the remaining two Security Contracts will eventually unlock more lucrative missions symbolically donned Payphone Hits, in which the players take on the role of an armed and dangerous patron saint of Los Santos.
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