GTA Online: Signal jammer locations (Avi Schwartzman)

GTA Online has 50 collectibles you should blow up

According to GTA Series Videos on YouTube, there are a total of 50 signal jammers located throughout Los Santos. By destroying them all, you’ll unlock Avi Schwartzman for use as a crew member in the Diamond Casino heist.

It’ll also get you $150,000 cash and 50,000 RP.

How to unlock Avi Schwartzman

The first piece of advice you might want to heed is to pick up the Oppressor Mk II, a flying motorcycle that fires tracking missiles. It’s handy, and you’ll notice other playings using it quite a bit. It makes everything faster, easier, more efficient.

As you head from location to location using the video above to help you spot each of the signal jammers, the Oppressor will actually lock onto each one so you can easily destroy them on approach. With the right tool for the job, this ought to be a breeze.

Here’s where you can find all 50 signal jammers (via the GTA wiki):

  • Atop the control tower at LSI airport
  • Atop the Miriam Turner Overpass (northeastern side)
  • At the top of the Maze Bank Arena entrance
  • The LS State Gas Company silo in Cypress Flats
  • Eastern side of the Ocean Motion container ship
  • Murrieta Oil Field in East Los Santos
  • At St. Fiacre Hospital in El Burro Heights
  • Billboard on Popular Street, north of Casey’s Diner
  • Atop the Central Los Santos Medical Center
  • At the Hookah Palace sign in Pillbox Hill
  • Antenna atop the Arcadius Business Center
  • The Vespucci helipad on Shank Street
  • The Ferris Whale on the Del Perro Pier
  • Atop the Clock Tower Building in Del Perro
  • The Elgin House building on North Rockford Dr.
  • Above the entrance of the Richman Hotel
  • Atop a yellow crane in West Vinewood
  • Atop the Rockford Hills City Hall building
  • The Pacific Standard Public Deposit Bank
  • Antenna at the top of the Badger Building
  • Above the Vinewood Bowl stage
  • Western side of the Land Act Dam
  • Western side of NOOSE Headquarters
  • Bishop’s Chicken on Palomino Freeway
  • The Palmer-Taylor Power Station on Senora Way
  • A turbine on RON Alternates Wind Farm
  • Stoner Cement Works north of La Fuente Blanca
  • Atop the antenna north of the Vinewood Sign
  • On the sculpture in front of Galileo Observatory
  • North of the Kortz Center
  • On a footbridge crossing Great Ocean Highway
  • Atop the main building of Marlowe Vineyards
  • Hill Valley Church on Route 68
  • On the broadcasting tower at Rebel Radio
  • Beside an antenna at Bolingbroke Penitentiary
  • The You Tool hardware store on Senora Freeway
  • Atop a large white pipe at Humane Labs
  • Union Grain Supply Inc. storage silos on Senora
  • On the broadcasting tower in Sandy Shores
  • The pier on the northern shore of the Alama Sea
  • Tramway station at the peak of Mount Chiliad
  • Atop a water tower on Grapeseed Avenue
  • On a chimney at El Gordo Lighthouse
  • At the peak of Mount Gordo
  • Up-n-Atom Burger at Procopio Truck Stop
  • Clucking Bell Farms in Paleto Bay
  • Raton Canyon Bridge at Cassidy Creek
  • Atop the radio tower near the Altruist Camp
  • At the Hookies restaurant in North Chumash
  • Atop the control tower in Fort Zancudo

The Cayo Perico heist

“On Tuesday, December 15, GTA Online raises the stakes once again with its biggest update yet: the Cayo Perico Heist, featuring an all-new exotic location and a brand-new approach to heist design that for the first time will let players tackle the entire heist solo or with a crew of up to three other players,” Rockstar said in an email.

“Along with the challenge of finding a way to infiltrate and rob one of the most secure private islands in the world, players can also expect new social spaces to party with friends, new world-class DJs, and radio stations with over 100 new songs, plus a host of vehicles and weapons, a heavily armed submarine HQ, and much more.”

A standalone release of GTA Online is expected to launch in 2021, along with new versions of GTA 5 optimized for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.

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