Not necessarily, some people have played barely more than 15 hours since launch but are ranked 100+. Rooftop Rumble boosting leveled up players at an incredible pace. I'm not surprised that they haven't played much since. --- Scumbag brain
It is impossible since you rank up so painfully slow in this game.
I play this game an hour or so a day, maybe two hours if I feel like putting off real life responsibilities and even then I feel like I play to much , and I've been going at it maybe 4 or 5 days a week and I'm only level 35.
And it's not like I just dick around, I do missions, races the whole nine yards ,but when I see people level 70, 80, 90, hell I saw a 118 there is no way you can justify that without saying "my life is dedicated to GTA:O and I do not do anything else".
Madness to be that high, no way they have jobs or go to school or have friends or people who care about them.
I agree with you. That said, last night I grinded "Down the Drain" about 10-20 times and went from level 42-45 in about an hour. I'd get about 25% of the required RP every time I did a lap or finished a race. Also banked about $50K, which was a nice bonus. I think I could be level 70 if I just did races over and over by now, but I agree that level 90-100 does seem kind of "no life" ish.
Please no one do the math and figure out how rarely I came in first, second, or third. I was tired, and kind of phoning it in. XD --- Gamertag: Counterpwnt
i am only level 62 and i didnt farm many of those high payout missions at the start either
but once i hit level 70, thats it. im filing for divorce and quitting my job
i hope i dont join TC's games. he seems like the kind of stat obsessed dude who would just stands there in the lobby looking at everyones stats and kicking out anybody with a higher rank or k/d than him until he's cherry picked enough noobs to play against.