As you are now aware, over the last number of weeks steps have been taken by the Homeland Security, in close cooperation with the Government, to curb the increase in violent crime, specifically bank robberies. We are proud to unveil today the results of two weeks of hard work by the workers over at ZIP.
As stated in our last update, we closed the bank of Los Santos for a period of one week. During this time massive renovations underwent and the bank is now re-open for business. The Department of the Treasury allocated extra funding to these renovations, allowing us to install a state of the art vault system with a 4th security check prior to the vault opening.
A number of photographs of the renovations can be found below:
In addition to this, action was taken by Homeland Security with respect to LV Bank. We're proud to announce that the succession of attacks on this bank dropped by just over 21%. (Now 79.17% from the 100% it was previously) out of the 19 attacks that took place over the fortnight. Due to this success, HLS units will be pulling back from the Las Venturas Bank area and will only be deployed if state terrorists are spotted.
- All credits for bank mapping go to @Zwolle and we're proud to announce him as the winner of the following competition found here
- Payments of LS and all 3 county banks have been increased by 1.5x to motivate gangs to target the more challenging banks (This may be subject to change going forward after we review bank trends).
- The reset time if a gang fails to reach the vault before cops take over has been reduced to 20 minutes from 30.