GTA 5's partly discontinued Numero Uno trophy now unlockable for a limited time

By Sean Carey,
Sea Races and Parachuting Jobs have returned in GTA Online, which means the Numero Uno trophy in Grand Theft Auto V is now unlockable for all players after being partly discontinued last month.

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In September, Rockstar removed both Sea Races and Parachuting jobs from GTA Online, partly discontinuing the game's Numero Uno trophy, and by default its platinum, in both Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto V (PS3). To Unlock the Numero Uno trophy, you need to come first in all competitive game types, including Sea Races and Parachute Jobs. Now the two modes have been cycled back in for a limited time, giving trophy hunters a chance to come in first place in those modes and unlock the trophy.

"Sea Races and Parachuting Jobs are also returning for a limited time, allowing those who have yet to unlock the "Numero Uno" Trophy/Achievement a chance to complete it," the developer notes in its latest Rockstar Newswire post. "In order to free up space and to assist with player matchmaking, select GTA Online jobs now cycle in and out of the game over time."

Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)Numero UnoThe Numero Uno trophy in Grand Theft Auto V (PS4) worth 52 pointsGTA Online: Obtain first place in all competitive game types.

Grand Theft Auto V (PS3)Numero UnoThe Numero Uno trophy in Grand Theft Auto V (PS3) worth 58 pointsGTA Online: Obtain first place in all competitive game types.

Rockstar hasn't specified how long Sea Races and Parachuting Jobs will remain in GTA Online, but with GTA 5's PS3 servers closing on December 16th, we recommend that you pop that Numero Uno trophy ASAP!

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Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Hey, I’m Sean! I joined both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies as a staff writer in 2019. I’m a big fan of the Metal Gear Solid series and love a good narrative adventure. Most evenings you’ll find me failing to get a win in Call of Duty: Warzone.