Grand Theft Auto V Achievements give a closer look at life in Los Santos

grandtheftautov-box-largeXbox360Achievements has done their thing again and discovered the complete list of Achievements for Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V. The game will include a total of 49 Achievements, though 11 are currently hidden behind the Secret Achievement text. Of the 38 remaining Achievements, 17 can only be earned through the game’s online mode, Grand Theft Auto Online.

Looking over the list, few of the Achievements seem to be story-based. Instead, Rockstar has given us a quick glimpse at what life in Los Santos will be like for Michael, Franklin, and Trevor. You can live the American dream by joining a cult, investing in the stock market, hunting sharks, becoming a bounty hunter, or exploring the San Andreas countryside outside Los Santos. You can channel your inner Fox Mulder and seek missing spaceship parts and return them to their extraterrestrial owners. You can even buy car insurance. Truly, the world of Grand Theft Auto V is just like our own.

Presumably the Trophies in the PS3 version will be the same as their Xbox 360 counterparts. You can see the complete list of Grand Theft Auto V’s Achievements after the break.

Solid Gold, Baby! (50 Points)
Earn 70 Gold Medals on Missions and Strangers and Freaks.

Career Criminal (100 Points)
Attain 100% Game Completion.

San Andreas Sightseer (30 Points)
Explore all of Los Santos and Blaine County.

All’s Fare in Love and War (10 Points)
Purchase Downtown Cab Co. and complete a private fare.

TP Industries Arms Race (10 Points)
Purchase McKenzie Field Hangar and win the arms race.

Multi-Disciplined (30 Points)
Attain a gold medal in all applicable hobbies and pastimes.

From Beyond the Stars (15 Points)
Collect and return all spaceship parts.

A Mystery, Solved (15 Points)
Solve the mystery of Leonora Johnson.

Waste Management (15 Points)
Purchase the old dock and collect all nuclear waste.

Red Mist (20 Points)
Complete all Rampages.

Show Off (30 Points)
Complete all Stunt Jumps.

Kifflom! (30 Points)
Complete your path to enlightenment… or not.

Three Man Army (20 Points)
Survive 3 minutes on at least a 3 star Wanted Level with all three characters together off mission.

Out of Your Depth (5 Points)
You’re gonna need a bigger boat…

Altruist Acolyte (5 Points)
Deliver an unsuspecting victim to the Altruist Cult.

A Lot of Cheddar (20 Points)
Spend a total of $200 million across all three characters.

Trading Pure Alpha (10 Points)
Make a profit over your total investments in the stock market.

Pimp My Sidearm (10 Points)
Fully mod a weapon.

Wanted: Alive Or Alive (10 Points)
Deliver a bail bond target alive.

Los Santos Customs (10 Points)
Fully mod a vehicle.

Close Shave (20 Points)
Complete all Under the Bridge and Knife Flight challenges.

Off the Plane (5 Points)
GTA Online: Complete the Introduction.

Three-Bit Gangster (10 Points)
GTA Online: Reach Rank 25.

Making Moves (30 Points)
GTA Online: Reach Rank 50.

Above the Law (80 Points)
GTA Online: Reach Rank 100.

Numero Uno (20 Points)
GTA Online: Obtain first place in all competitive game types.

The Midnight Club (20 Points)
GTA Online: Use custom vehicles to win 5 races.

Unnatural Selection (20 Points)
GTA Online: Complete all 10 waves of a Survival.

Backseat Driver (10 Points)
GTA Online: Direct a driver to 1st place as co-driver in Rally Mode.

Run Like The Wind (20 Points)
GTA Online: Survive for a day with a Bounty on your head.

Clean Sweep (10 Points)
GTA Online: Finish a Gang Attack without dying and kill at least 10 enemies.

Decorated (50 Points)
GTA Online: Earn 30 Platinum Awards.

Stick Up Kid (10 Points)
GTA Online: Hold up all 20 Stores.

Enjoy Your Stay (20 Points)
GTA Online: Participate in everything Los Santos has to offer.

Crew Cut (5 Points)
GTA Online: Complete a Job as a member of a Crew.

Full Refund (10 Points)
GTA Online: Kill the thief that mugged you.

Dialling Digits (5 Points)
GTA Online: Call for gang backup for the first time.

American Dream (10 Points)
GTA Online: Own an Apartment, Garage and an Insured Vehicle.

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