New GTA 5 update out now, adds GTA Online mission creator beta - how to use it

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    Rockstar shares tips on how to create races and deathmatch missions

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    Put your wizard hats on and prepare to Be Imaginative. Rockstar has released the promised GTA Online mission creator - it forms part of the latest GTA 5 title update, and allows you to craft deathmatch and race missions, with more options to follow.
    Specifically, the editor allows you to fiddle around with the following mission types: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Race, GTA Race and Rally Race. It's in beta at the moment, so the handling is subject to change.
    "To get started, access the Creator option from the Online tab of the pause menu From here, you can start creating your own custom Deathmatches & Races or load and edit a previous creation. From there, you can check out a brief tutorial before you fully dive in (which we highly recommend)."


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    To rustle yourself up a round of deathmatch, choose somewhere in Los Santos or Blaine county and drop a Trigger Location, where players will meet up to sample your creation. You can place both Spawn Points for regular free-for-all and Team Start Points.
    It's possible to set weapon, armour, vehicle and player spawning locations - you'll have access to all weapon and vehicle classes, in addition to environmental props such as containers, cover spots and ramps.
    When creating a race, you can set the number of racers and the size of the starting grid. "Once you've successfully published your first Land Race, both Sea and Air Races will be available for creation," notes the post. Races can take the form of lap races or point to point races - both are plotted by dropping checkpoints. You can also set up custom cameras to film stunts, or drop obstacles to make life difficult for those snooty non-combative purists.
    "Once you've finished, you'll be prompted to test your Deathmatch or Race against computer controlled characters - completing a valid test before you publish your creation ensures your race is working perfectly, and will prevent you from publishing (or playing someone else's) broken match," the post continues.
    "Published creations appear inside your GTA Online session and on the Social Club website (a linked Social Club account is required to use the Creator). We'll also be periodically reviewing the best community-created content to recognize and distinguish them as Rockstar Verified." We may also round up a few of our favourite specimens on these hallowed pages, so don't skimp on polish.
    The patch also fixes a number of GTA Online problems and tweaks a few features - you can now sell back cars you've bought from websites, for instance.
    Time to get started. Off you go.
    Source - OXM
     
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