Everybody’s flown the Lazer fly in GTA V. It’s the one you can take from Fort Zancudo, in both singleplayer and GTA Online. I would say, the speediest approach to do it in story mode is to have a cabbie take you there, scratch the taxi at that point speed through the hindrance to the most readily accessible shed, at that point trust you don’t get shot down as you escape inside one. I’ve done this many circumstances now. It’s the best fun there is.
The Lazer is a sufficiently respectable if shaky military flying machine, at that point. Be that as it may, I wouldn’t pay 6.5 million GTA dollars for it. Today, however, in the event that you sign in to Warstock in GTA Online, you can. The cost is somewhat bewildering—it’s fundamentally more costly than the likewise fueled Hydra at $3 million, and pricier than a ton of the other cool, customisable airplane included as a major aspect of the Smuggler’s Run development. More than that, however, in the event that you claim an overhang in Fort Zancudo, you can take one whenever for nothing, and without being shot around AA discharge. So owning one doesn’t generally sound good to me, unless you simply need everything in GTA.
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As featured by the GTA Online subreddit, the portrayal for the Lazer on Warstock is amusingly meta. Not sufficiently entertaining to spend that much in-amusement money, yet hello. “Who doesn’t recollect their first time? It appears to be much the same as yesterday: taking a fragile hypercar, hitting the turnpike going north, bringing the soil slope with enough speed to somersault 200ft over the back fence of Fort Zancudo, evading the little arms shoot, taking a P-996, getting a 120mm shell embedded immovably up your admission, and appreciating the ringside situate at the firecrackers. Be that as it may, now you’re more seasoned and more extensive, you’re prepared for a strategic warrior to call your own. Time to become an adult.”
To purchase the Lazer with Shark Cards would cost an expansive portion of the £65/$100 Megaladon card, which gives you GTA$8 million. I envision this is one for completionists as it were.