Rockstar has announced that this week will see the addition of the long-awaited deathmatch and race creator beta for Grand Theft Auto V's online counterpart. In addition to the chaotic gunfights and illegal street races, players will also be able to create jet dogfights with the new tools.
Players can create and customize Jobs for the following modes:
Rockstar are also planning on reviewing each and everyone's creations, picking the "best community-created content to recognize and distinguish them as Rockstar Verified Jobs, shared out to the entire GTA Online community." The tools should be available as early as tomorrow, though no word on what time they will be appearing.
It isn't just the creator tools that Rockstar are looking at introducing, also revealing that a new team mode called Capture will be making its way to the game this December.
"Capture mode brings territory infiltration and a new form of team-versus-team treachery into GTA Online. Up to four squads battle to steal contraband, trucks, buses or whatever from opponents' bases using high-speed vehicles, explosive weaponry and cunning teamwork. Craft, cooperation and team tactics are key. The free Capture update will bring a host of new jobs to GTA Online, accessible via the open world and also directly through your phone. Capture is broken down into four variations - ‘Raid’, ‘Contend’, ‘Hold’ and ‘GTA’ – we will give you full details on each of these next week."
Of course it wouldn't be a Rockstar update without something being teased for the future, this time pointing out that player's should expect big things in both the Grand Theft Auto Online and Grand Theft Auto V world next year. This includes both Online Heists and new DLC for the single-player story, though details are of course still unknown. Expect more come next year.