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GTA Online Casino Access Point Guide

GTA Online Casino Access Point Guide
Access Points open up all the different approaches for the Diamond Casino Heist. This GTA Online Casino Access Point Guide tells you where to find each of the 6 Access Points required. Once you have found all 6 Access Points, you unlock all of the different Heist Approaches at the end of the heist.

The first phase of the casino scope mission is based around two main aspects, Points of Interest and Access Points. The Points of Interest likely provide small benefits to the overall Heist but for the main benefits, unlocking the different approaches available, you must find all 6 Access Points.

You only need these 6 to unlock all approaches. The rest are optional to complete the Scope All Access Points objective.

  • Main Door
  • Side Door 1
  • Sewer Tunnel
  • Roof Terrace
  • Security Tunnel
  • Roof

Check out our GTA Online Diamond Heist points of interest guide for all locations.

Main Door

GTA Online Casino Access Point Guide
Simply take a photograph of the main entrance

Side Doors 1

GTA Online Casino Access Point Guide
Walk around to the back of the casino, near the yellow bollards. There’s a door with a keypad. Photograph this door for this access point.

Side Doors 2

Side Doors 2
On the North side of the casino

Sewer Tunnel

Sewer Tunnel Entrance
A short distance from the Casino there’s a large storm drain. Near the end of the storm drain is a side exit that goes underground. Head into the underground tunnel. A short distance into the tunnel you will spot a metal grate on the right hand side. Photograph this for the Sewer Tunnel Access Point.

Roof Terrace 1

Roof Terrance Entrance
Take the elevator to the roof terrace. After the cut-scene with the celebrity, go down the nearby side stairs, behind the bar. There’s a door at the bottom of the stairs. Photograph this for the Roof Terrace Access Point.

Roof Terrace 2

Roof Terrace 2
This Access Point is near the Infinity Pool

Roof Terrace 3

Roof Terrace 3
Go around the corner from the Infinity Pool, photograph the door with the keypad

Roof Terrace 4

Roof Terrace 4
Further along from Roof Terrace 3, Photograph the door with the guard.

Security Tunnel

Security Tunnel (Access Point)
Directly behind the Casino, if you follow the small road, it leads into a tunnel that heads to the racetrack.

Roof 1

Rooftop Camera
Take the elevator inside the Casino to the Roof. As soon as you exit the elevator, take a photograph of the immediate area. That’s the roof access point.

Roof 2

Further along on the roof, near the end with the large metallic generators. Take a photo of the stairs and door nearby.

That’s all 6 of the Access Points in GTA Online required to open all approaches.

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