The release of the much anticipated Bikers DLC for Grand Theft Auto Online has made fans very excited, but how do you start a club? How do you join one? What kind of collateral do you need to get started? Well, we are here to help with our Grand Theft Auto Online Bikers DLC guide.
Step One – Decide If You Want To Join Or Be President
This is a hard decision, maybe you want to be a prospect, do the grunt work. Maybe you want to start your own clubhouse, maybe you want to be the VP second in command. The choice is yours, so make it.
Step Two – Join Or Create
Joining is rather simple, if you opt to join a club instead of creating/founding one, friends simply have to find you in the phone menu and invite you to the club, alternatively you could go to the Interaction Menu and scroll to Motorcycle Club and switch the Looking For MC tab to On. This will let Presidents know that you are looking to join a club.
If you want to create, the process is a little more in depth. You are going to go to either a computer or your cellphone. Access the internet in-game and go to FORECLOSURE Maze Bank, which should be the sponsored advertisement in the middle or go to Money And Services, and it should be the top option.
Step 3 – Purchasing A Clubhouse
There are eleven total Clubhouses to choose from in the initial release. The cheapest one being $200,000 at the dead center of the map near the start of the desert. The most expensive being up in the Vinewood Hills for $495,000.
After purchasing a Clubhouse you get to customize the look of the interior, wall murals, Club name, gun locker, Emblem and more for extra $$$ of course.
Step 4 – Earn Your Keep
Ride to your clubhouse for a quick introduction and familiarize yourself with the meeting room, which has Clubhouse Contracts that you and your MC can complete for cash as well as setting up illegitimate businesses in the office at the computer via ‘The Open Road’. Now you can start your rise from humble MC to force to be reckoned with.
Grand Theft Auto Online Bikers DLC is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
- This article was updated on:April 17th, 2017