Join A Cult In ‘GTA V’ With These New Epsilon Program Online Missions

While picking out this week’s selection of player-made missions to promote in Grand Theft Auto V, Rockstar Games decided to single out the best community jobs that revolve around the one of the franchise’s biggest in-game cults. After announcing the currently promoted user-generated content on the official Rockstar Newswire blog, the developer revealed that each and every one of their new favorite fan-created missions for GTA Online involve the Epsilon Program cult.

“Truth seekers rejoice, the time is nigh to partake in player-created GTA Online Jobs inspired by the Epsilon Program. Don’t be an antithesis, bookmark these Epsilon Program-themed Jobs on Social Club to experience them for yourself. Kifflom!”

It seems that Rockstar Games had a hard time narrowing down what they consider to be the best jobs that the GTA V online community has built to date. Normally the developer picks out a selection of about four missions to showcase but, with this week’s offering, they selected a total of six cult-themed jobs that were made by GTA Online players across all platforms.

These user-made missions give gamers a variety of different objectives that all deal with the Epsilon Program ranging from races around the cult’s headquarters building to competitive deathmatches that pit Epsilon members against a team of anti-cult specialists.

The Epsilon Program was first introduced to gamers in the Grand Theft Auto IV. However, the cult played a larger role in GTA V, which featured a mulit-part story arch that allowed Michael to become a high ranking member of the program. Furthermore, after experiencing their first death within GTA Online, players were also visited by the cult’s leader who gives out advice on how to enable Passive Mode to help prevent future mishaps.

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Nearly every week, Rockstar Games showcases a new selection of what they consider to be the best jobs that fans have built using Grand Theft Auto V‘s in-game missions creation tools. In addition to giving players the ability to design their own missions, the developer also frequently shares some of their favorite custom videos that PC gamers have directed with the Rockstar Editor. Continuing this trend, the developer posted a new set of videos on Friday.

However, console gamers will also soon be able to create their own films within GTA V. As the Inquisitr reported earlier this month, the editing tools will officially be added to the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game as part a new major update coming in September.

Have you ever tried to create your own mission or short film using the provided tools in Grand Theft Auto V?

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