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These GTA Online Outfits Grant Hidden Perks To Players

Grand Theft Auto 5 has been out for almost a decade, and fans are still finding new things in the world of Los Santos. To everyone's surprise, one such player found some exciting new information about the outfits in GTA Online.

A Reddit user named u/Ronnymalony shared a post with visuals showcasing the hidden perks that different outfits grant players in GTA Online.

Here's a rundown of what benefits each outfit provides to the players.

Flight Suit

Wearing a Pilot Suit provides a real-time display showing the altitude and the air speed when in first-person mode. The main benefit comes from the Pilot Helmet.

The Pilot Helmet is easily accessible via the Interaction Menu and can be used to access the display features. However, you can only customize the features if you have the complete Pilot Suit.

Scuba Suit

The Scuba Suit always grants a flashlight, unlimited oxygen, and a faster swimming speed when underwater.

Biker Suit

When wearing a Biker Suit, the player will only lose 5% of their total health upon a fatal crash. The player's fatal crash survival rate is 90% when wearing the Biker Suit.

Heavy Outfit

The Heavy Outfit gives a health boost during the original GTA Online heists, which include The Fleeca Job, The Prison Break, Humane Labs Raid, Series A Funding, and The Pacific Standard Job.

The downside of having a Heavy Outfit is that it slows you down. The host must select 'custom saved outfits' to allow everyone and themselves to use their heavy outfits during the heist.

As of now, only these four outfits and their perks have been discovered. We won't be surprised if more players have started searching and come up with more outfit benefits in the future. In any case, we will be sure to update this guide with more outfit benefits if found.


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Hassan Sajid

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Hassan has been playing games ever since he was a kid. He started off with the PSX and PS2 and now games on a PC. Although he graduated with a degree in process operation & maintenance engineering from the National University Science & Technology (erstwhile known as Caledonian College of Engineering), his love for gaming never faded with his engineering study endeavors. Hassan's first Grand Theft Auto game was Vice City and ever since that he has been hooked on the Grand Theft Auto Series. Ultimately, GTA San Andreas is Hassan's favorite. Along with GTA games, he is a huge fan of the Call Of Duty series, as well as Assassins Creed and Red Dead Redemption 2. Find me on LinkedIn or follow my gaming on Steam.