After giving users the ability to create their own online jobs within Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar Games has periodically promoted selections of what they find to be exceptional missions built by the GTA Online community. Continuing a trend that the developer has established in the past, Rockstar Games has once again decided to show off a series of newly found player-made missions in GTA V that were inspired by different titles from the studios past library.
Offering up details on each of the celebrated user-generated jobs in GTA V, the Rockstar Newswire published a brief description of the different missions themed after various Rockstar Games franchises. The developer separated each of the newly promoted community-built content by what title they were inspired by which includes Red Dead Redemption, L.A. Noire, and Max Payne 3.
The Red Dead Redemption-themed jobs will have GTA V users looking to equip a cowboy hat on their online character as each of the four missions contain a decidedly western flair in keeping with the classic Rockstar Games outlaw series. These player-built GTA Online missions include gun-slinging deathmatches with pistols and races through canyons as well as capture missions that task players with stealing loot from rival gangs in small desert towns.
While the Red Dead Redemption jobs channeled the old west, Rockstar’s handpicked missions inspired by L.A. Noire attempt to recapture the sense of playing in a 1940s setting. In these jobs, GTA V players will see many classic vehicles appropriate to that era. The different fights and races also take place in the parts of the game that most represent Los Angeles, such as the Vinewood Sign, since GTA V‘s Los Santos is modeled after the famous California city.
To recreate Max Payne 3 inside Grand Theft Auto V, players used a combination of gritty locations as well as giving gamers access to the right weaponry designed to keep the battles close and personal. Recreating a specific scene that played out in Max Payne 3, one of the jobs is even located at GTA V‘s horse track.
As Rockstar Games continues to pick out the best creations that fans manage to build using the in-game mission creation tools of Grand Theft Auto V, the developer is also working to ensure that GTA Online stays a cheat-free environment. Earlier this week, the Inquisitr reported that Rockstar Games has implemented a new system designed to help catch those using mods and other exploits within GTA Online.
Do you enjoy playing user-generated content in GTA V or do you usually stick to official content from the developer?
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