How to Unlock Alex in "GTA IV"
By M. Wade
Updated September 22, 2017
In "Grand Theft Auto IV," Niko Bellic has the opportunity to have up to 5 girlfriends. You will date Michelle and Kate McReary through the game missions. Kiki Jenkins and Carmen Ortiz are available to date on the Love-Meet website. Alex Chilton is the only female who you must find on another website, Craplist.net.
Find a computer. Go to one of the two Internet Cafés or use the laptop inside your safehouse near Middle Park in Algonquin.
Click the Craplist.net banner or type in the Web address in the address bar. Once you hit the “LB” button to use the computer, click the “Web” button to access the Internet. Once you are on the homepage, scroll down until you see a Craplist.net banner. If you do not see it, simply type in the Web address in the address bar, then click “Done.”
Click the “Women seeking men” link near the bottom of the page. When the Craplist homepage loads, scroll down until you see a white box where the dating classifieds are located. Select “women seeking men.”
Select Alex Chilton’s ad. Her link reads, “Party girl seeks man for NSA fun and blog material-29 (Lancaster).” When her ad loads, click the “Contact” link at the bottom of her ad.
Wait for Alex to send you an email. Check you email 2 or 3 days later to see her response email. She will want to meet you at 18:00. Her apartment is located near your safehouse in Algonquin by Middle Park.
Alex is not available to date until you have completed the “Out of the Closet” mission for Brucie. To successfully date Alex, be sure you’re wearing a fresh suit from Perseus and driving a flashy sports car, like an Infernus, or a luxury sedan, like a Cognoscenti. Alex enjoys going to the Superstar Restaurant just a few blocks from her place in Algonquin, as well as the comedy club. After she becomes your girlfriend, you can call her for a 50 percent discount at all of the clothing stores.
M. Wade is a licensed attorney and writer. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and University of Louisville and has been published in the University of Louisville Law Review, The Brand, and Blackline. She has been a writer for Demand Studios since August 2008.