Brake/Reverse When Stopped/Plane Throttle Down/Helicopter Descend
Aim or Mounted Weapon/Yaw (in aircraft and submersible)
Accelerate/Plane Throttle Up/Helicopter Ascend
Shoot/Yaw (in aircraft and submersible)
Steering/Pitch and Roll (in aircraft and submersible)
Horn/Tap to Toggle Siren/Raise or lower landing gear (in aircraft)
Trigger Special Ability (Franklin only)
Cinematic Camera/Hang Up Phone
Hide/Answer Phone/Fire Aerial Weapon/Descend (in submersible)
Change Weapons/Ascend (in submersible)
Hold for Character Wheel
Hold for Radio Wheel/Tap to Quick Change Station
Hold for Convertible Roof/Tap to Toggle Headlights
Cycle Camera Modes/Hold for Player Interaction Menu
Aim Weapon/Lock On
Hold for Weapon Wheel/Tap to Arm or Disarm Most Recent Weapon
Look Behind/Zoom Aim
Trigger Special Ability (Michael and Trevor only)
Reload/Melee/Hang Up Phone
Hold to Jog/Tap Repeatedly to Sprint/Tap to Answer Phone/Kick Attack
Hold for Character Wheel/Tap to Quick Switch
Detonate Sticky Bomb
Talk to Nearby Ped/Hail Taxi/Interact
Cycle Camera Modes/Hold for Player Interaction Menu
The mini-map shows the immediate vicinity. Pressto zoom out the mini-map and see a larger local area. The map will rotate so that the direction the character is facing will always be at the top center of the mini-map. “N” on the mini-map represents north. Note that while the character is in a flying vehicle or parachuting an altimeter will display over the mini-map.
Shows how much health the character has left. When the bar is empty, the character is "wasted" and you will be revived in the nearest hospital for a small fee.
You can buy a range of armor weights at AmmuNation. If you are shot while wearing armor, the armor will be damaged before the character’s body starts to take damage. As the armor gets damaged the armor bar will decrease.
Each character has a unique Special Ability which they can use if the Special Ability bar has been built up enough (see Special Abilities). Special Abilites are activated by pressing+.
Tutorial text, gameplay hints and prompts will be displayed here.
The individual character’s current bank balance will be shown here in white. Recent expenditure debits will be show below that in red.
Bring up the weapon wheel by holding . Navigate to the weapon you want by using . Change weapons within each class by tapping or . Release to change to the new weapon.
When firing a weapon, the current total ammunition will be shown here in white. The number of bullets in the current magazine will be shown to the right in grey.
When you have a Wanted Level, stars will be displayed here. Between one and five stars will be shown, depending on the level of police interest. One star shows minor interest, when you hit five stars they’ll call in the National Guard.
When aiming with a gun, the targeting reticule will be shown here.
On entering a vehicle, the vehicle name will be displayed here.
The area name the character is on will be displayed here in white. Beneath that, the name of the current road will be written.
The Interactions Menu has been added to Story Mode to help navigate the world. Hold on the Xbox One controller while on foot or in a vehicle to bring up the Interactions Menu, and use it to quickly set GPS points, equip items from your inventory, view your current Objective, interact with characters around you and more.
Grand Theft Auto V features three playable protagonists - Michael, Franklin and Trevor – and many missions are tackled by two or three of them together, with the ability to switch between the characters mid-action as they work as a team to get the job done.
Off mission, Michael, Franklin and Trevor each go about separate lives with their own friends, hobbies and sidelines, giving the player the choice to experience and explore San Andreas from three very different perspectives and, for the voyeur in all of us, the freedom to switch between them in real-time at any point to see what they’ve been up to.
Your fourth character slot is reserved for your custom Grand Theft Auto Online player character.
Michael, Franklin and Trevor start with different Player Stats based on their backstory and skillset. Each of these Stats can be improved with experience which will in turn improve each character's individual abilities, reactions and endurance as they progress through the game. The more a character uses a skill, the more his related Stats will increase. For example, if Michael spends time flying a helicopter, his Flying Stat will increase.
Note: Player Stats are unique to each character – spending a lot of time behind the wheel as Franklin will increase Franklin’s Driving Stat, but won’t have any effect on either Michael or Trevor’s Driving Stats.
Using a character’s Special Ability will gradually improve their Special Stat. As the stat bar increases, the speed at which that character’s Special Ability bar fills up will also increase.
Extra stamina will allow the character to sprint, swim and cycle for longer without getting tired. The stat will increase as the player performs each of those activities.
A higher Shooting Stat will make the character more accurate by reducing recoil while shooting any gun. He will also be able to reload faster and carry more ammunition. The more targets the player hits, particularly with headshots, the more his Shooting Stat will increase. Spend time in the Shooting Range and take on shooting challenges as a fast way of improving this skill.
Additional strength will inflict heavier damage during hand-to-hand combat, increase speed at climbing ladders, and decrease the amount of damage taken from falls, car crashes, explosions and fire. It will also improve the character’s tennis and golf by allowing them to hit the ball harder. Engaging in unarmed combat, and taking part in sports like tennis, golf and yoga will raise the character’s Strength.
The higher the Stealth Stat is, the quieter the character will be in both stealth and normal movement modes, and he’ll also be able to move more quickly in stealth mode. The Stealth Stat will increase the more time you spend moving in stealth or performing stealth takedowns. Pressto enter stealth mode.
When the character has a low Flying Stat, the performance of any aircraft they are flying will be more susceptible to the effects of turbulence. As the stat increases, the character will able to both fly and land more smoothly. Increasing the Flying Stat will improve the character’s ability to fly all aircraft. Spending more time flying will improve the Flying Stat. Visit the Pilot School to help improve this stat.
Improving the Driving Stat will improve the character’s vehicle handling when airborne and make performing wheelies easier. The more time the character spends driving vehicles, the faster the Driving Stat will improve, particularly performing wheelies and landing big jumps on four wheels.
Having a high Lung Capacity means the character can stay submerged under water for longer. Lung Capacity will increase as the character spends more time under water.
Michael, Franklin and Trevor each have their own unique Special Ability. To activate a Special Ability press+simultaneously. Beneath the mini-map there is a Special Ability bar showing how much Special Ability the character has left (see Heads Up Display in the Controls section). The Special Ability bar fills up when certain actions are taken, which vary from player to player.
Michael is an expert marksman with lightning reactions in a gunfight. His Special Ability slows down time in a gunfight allowing him to pick off his targets with greater ease. Increase Michael’s Special Ability bar by driving at high speeds and performing lethal moves such as headshots and stealth takedowns.
Franklin is a skilled driver with sharp reflexes behind the wheel. His Special Ability slows down time while driving any road vehicle, allowing him to quickly navigate through traffic with ease and take corners at high speed. Time spent driving at speeds, narrowly avoiding collisions and driving against traffic will increase his Special Ability bar.
Trevor is a drug-addled sociopath with a short fuse. His Special Ability sends him into a rage, during which he causes double damage to enemies and takes half as much damage when hit. Killing targets, performing headshots, driving at high speeds and taking damage increase his Special Ability bar.
To enter First Person Mode, press on the Xbox One controller.
You will be in first person perspective while exploring the open world of Los Santos & Blaine County on foot and in vehicles.
To exit First Person Mode, press again.
You can customize your First Person Mode experience in the Settings menu. Navigate to the “Controls” section while in the Settings tab to set your preferences.
First Person On Foot Field of View – Allows you to widen or narrow your Field of View (FOV).
First Person Ragdoll – When falling or struck, selecting “Off” will switch the camera to Third Person Mode until ragdoll effect is over.
First Person Combat Roll – Selecting “Off” will switch the camera to Third Person Mode while performing a combat roll.
First Person Head Bobbing – Selecting “Off” will turn off the head-bobbing effect while running or jogging.
First Person Cover in Third Person – Selecting “On” will switch the camera to Third Person Mode while taking cover.
You can set your default camera view, whether it is First Person Mode or Third Person Mode, by entering the “Display” section of the Settings tab and enabling “Allow Independent Camera Modes”.
Imagine a city full of people ruthlessly pursuing wealth, fame and self-improvement, at any cost. Everyone you meet is either a celebrity, trying to be a celebrity, or used to be a celebrity. Nature’s bounty means you could enjoy perfect weather all year round. The air is so good you can literally see and taste it. Dare to dream, because that city exists…
Welcome to beautiful Los Santos in the great state of San Andreas, where heaven really is a place on earth. From skyscrapers to trailer parks, mansions to ghettos, oceans to deserts, golf clubs to strip clubs, Los Santos and the surrounding areas truly offer something for everyone. Transportation options abound: ride a bike, take a train, hail a cab or borrow a vehicle from an unsuspecting local. For the more adventurous visitor, pick up a dune buggy, speedboat or visit one of several airports for a chance to take to the skies. This is a place where you can do anything, and anything goes. Get a tattoo in Vinewood, get a hole in one in Richman, get a rocket launcher in Sandy Shores, get a diamond earring in Rockford Hills, get a mullet in Mirror Park. This is Los Santos… it’s all there for the taking. Go out and get it.
With arguably more fashion victims per square mile than even Liberty City, Los Santos is packed full of clothes stores to suit all tastes. For the poser with more money than sense, stop by Ponsonbys for top designer brands at extortionate prices. For the label whore trying to cling to their lost youth, pick up some mass-produced, modern-vintage, smart-casual threads at Suburban, and then pretend to know what any of that means. For the shopper on a smaller budget – or the hipster who wants to dress like one – check out one of the many Bincos stores around town.
Show how unique you are by getting a tattoo just like everybody else, because nothing says individuality like a tribal band or Chinese symbol you don’t understand picked out of a catalogue at random.
San Andreans take their hair very seriously and, like everything else in Los Santos, half of it isn’t real. For a classic fade, rails, tramlines, siderows, shutters and more, visit the original Herr Kutz in South Los Santos or, if you willing to spend a little more (i.e. add a zero), Bob Mulet in Rockford Hills can craft you a prize coif in minutes.
Time and time again in a financial crisis, guns and tobacco have proven themselves to be the only truly recession-proof industries in the United States. Manufacturer of weapons – and reasons to own weapons – Ammu-Nation has zealously defended the American people and the Constitution for over 50 years.
Everyone’s had work done in Los Santos, so don’t let your vehicle be the exception to the rule. Stop by one of the many Los Santos Customs locations around the city to upgrade your ride with customized wheels, paint jobs, body kits and much more.
If you’re flagging and need a quick energy boost, you can stock up on candy at many convenience stores, liquor stores and gas stations around the city. Mistakes happen, if you pull out your gun instead of your wallet you might just walk out of there richer than you went in.
If throwing yourself from stupid heights with nothing but a piece of material attached to your back with string for protection is your idea of fun, the greater Los Santos area has no shortage of spots to do it.
You don’t have to be drunk and obese to play darts, but you can be, and that’s what makes it the sport of kings.
To learn highly technical aerial maneuvers – or just how to land without killing yourself in a ball of fire – visit the Flight School at Los Santos International Airport.
The Los Santos Golf Club is the one place wealthy men know they can get away from their wives, because they're not allowed to play. Women might have won the vote in 1920, but they’re still not allowed on the course in Richman.
Is there a more proudly American way to let off steam that unloading a few rounds into a cardboard cutout of a faceless terrorist?
After all those hours wasted in Los Santos traffic, you need an outlet for your pent-up road rage. Join the other macho adrenaline junkies over-compensating for something at one of the many street, off-road and sea races around Los Santos and Blaine County.
Tennis is a great way to work off last night’s bad decisions and dwell on just how middleclass you’ve become.
Tests of endurance for people with too much time on their hands that require a ton of expensive specialized equipment. Triathlons are so inclusive! Check www.egochaserenergybar.com on the in-game Internet for upcoming races.
Placing your head flat in your crotch really unblocks your chakras and inspires ideas for creative ways to enjoy your alone time. Unwind at the end of a hard day by winding your spine into a knot.
If you’re looking for a change from two-legged prey, and don’t mind the occasional dreadlocked vegan throwing paint all over you, Blaine County has some of the best hunting on the West Coast, especially in and around Raton Canyon and Paleto Forest.
Los Santos and Blaine County are known for their watersports, some of which don’t even happen at sea. Yachts, speed boats, seasharks… the options for ravaging the delicate coastal ecosystem in the pursuit of mindless pleasure are endless. If you want to see how much damage you’ve really done, take out a dinghy and go scuba diving. You never know what you could find on the seabed. Just watch out for sharks! Keep your ear to the ground and you might even get your hands on a submarine.
Catch up on your social networking, treat yourself to a new vehicle, trade some shares, join a cult. The Internet isn’t just for hooking up with strangers or looking at photos of cats any more. The Internet can be accessed through any laptop or smart phone. Press to access the character’s smart phone, then select the Internet icon on the home screen. Use the left analog stick to navigate around the page and press to select a button. Press to exit the Internet.
From rock stations to country stations to pop stations to punk stations to dance stations to reggae stations to hip-hop stations – all battling for survival on a dying medium – you’ll never be without the perfect soundtrack to a high-speed chase on the Del Perro freeway.
With classic and future classics like Moorehead Rides Again, Impotent Rage, Republican Space Rangers, Kung Fu Rainbow Lazer Force and great reality shows Fame or Shame or the Underbelly of Paradise, who says TV is just dumbed-down repetitive drivel these days? For the man on the go, some shows can even be watched online.
If everyone in Los Santos would stop trying to write screenplays and get auditions for a minute, and actually pay to go to the cinema instead of stealing movies online, maybe the film industry wouldn’t be on the brink of extinction. Catch a morning, matinee or evening showing at the historic Doppler Cinema on Vinewood Boulevard, Tivoli Cinema in Morningwood or Ten Cent Cinema in Textile City. Do it for Vinewood.
Strip clubs are where men with mommy issues meet girls with daddy issues. Nothing is more self-affirming than a dry-hump from a stranger who understands just how special you really are. Unload your stress at the Vanilla Unicorn tonight.
With America’s real estate market in the toilet, there’s never been a better time to invest in property. Each of the many businesses that are up for sale throughout Los Santos and Blaine County will generate a weekly profit, to be paid into the owner’s bank account every seven days. Available commercial property is marked on the map and can be purchased on site by simply approaching the For Sale sign outside. The owner may occasionally be contacted by the management for assistance in the running of the business. Failure to help may result in reduced weekly profits from that business.
Note that property is specific to each player character – only the owner of a property will be able to access its facilities.
The LSPD don’t mess around. There are no three strikes in Los Santos; one strike and you’re on your way to either jail or the morgue. If you are arrested, you’ll have your ammunition and body armor confiscated, be taken to the nearest police station, and will have to post bail on release.
Los Santos is a dangerous place and hospitals are expensive. President Lawton’s healthcare policy is “pay or die” so try to stay out of trouble or the medical bills will soon pile up.
Los Santos isn’t famed for its public transportation but, since all the locals refuse to use the Arrow subway system, at least it’s quiet! If all else fails, jump in a cab or use your initiative to commandeer a vehicle by other means.
It’s no fun cleaning blood off a fender. Wash away the evidence at a drive-thru Car Wash.
In Los Santos, money doesn’t just talk, it never shuts up. In these confusing financial times, and with so many things to spend your hard-earned money on – ranging in price from a few dollars to tens of millions – you have to be creative to get what you want. Whether it’s helping out a stranger in need, playing the stock markets or taking over local businesses, there are lots of ways for Michael, Franklin and Trevor to supplement their illicit income with some borderline legitimate cash.
You can monitor the stock markets online at bawsaq.com and lcn-exchange.com on the in-game Internet, or get involved yourself and gamble your retirement away. It’s a fast way to lose everything, but also to get rich fast, especially once you get to grips with the factors that drive share prices up and down. Show brand loyalty to the companies in your portfolio, and you’ll help them to outperform. Or do it like the professionals and try your hand at a little insider trading and corporate espionage.
You can always make some quick cash by robbing a store or an armored security van.
To rob a store, approach the counter, pull a gun and aim it at the store clerk. The gun must be kept trained on the store clerk to complete the robbery – once the clerk has emptied the cash register, he will hand the cash over. The store clerk can be encouraged to move quicker if a few rounds are fired nearby, but a dead clerk cannot hand over anything (although you could just help yourself).
You’ll often see armored security vans driving around the streets of Los Santos, transporting large amounts of money. There are two ways to rob a security van, either by shooting out the lock on the back door until it opens or by blowing the back doors off entirely using plastic explosives. Vans can either be robbed on the street or hijacked and driven to a remote location to be opened. Either way, a heavy police response should be expected.
Michael, Franklin and Trevor work together to pull off a series of daring and exciting Heists in Grand Theft Auto V and, in most cases, they will need to select a skilled crew to help them. Often a number of different crew members are available for the job, each with different abilities and a different percentage cut of the proceeds. Choose carefully depending on the particulars of each heist; always selecting the best people will leave less money to share out between Michael, Franklin and Trevor. Skimping too much on hiring costs may mean that the heist doesn’t go as smoothly and the overall take is less.
Join the Rockstar Games Social Club and link your game to get the most out of Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. socialclub.rockstargames.com
Sign in to your Social Club account in-game to receive:
- Exclusive haircuts
- Assault SMG
- Annis Elegy RH8 vehicle
Social Club Members can use the Snapmatic app on the in-game phone in GTAV to take and share screenshots directly from the game.
- View your photos in the in-game Gallery and on the Social Club website
- View, comment and rate photos taken by other Social Club members
- Link your Facebook account in-game to share photos to Facebook
Snapmatic Photostream can be viewed online at: socialclub.rockstargames.com/snapmatic
Track your progress through Los Santos with Career Stat Tracking and Checklists.
- View the current status of Michael, Franklin, Trevor and your GTA Online character.
- See how you performed with detailed Mission and Heist analysis. Compare your scores with your friends on dedicated leaderboards.
- Work towards 100% completion of all objectives, achievements and awards available in GTAV.
- See in-depth stats of nearly everything in Los Santos, from vehicle usage to mini-game performance
Visit LifeInvader.com on the real world web where Social Club members can Stalk characters and businesses from the world of Grand Theft Auto V.
- Certain businesses may also be offering special in-game discounts exclusive to their LifeInvader Stalkers.
- Select the LifeInvader theme to style up your own Social Club profile.
Social Club members can create and join Crews to take on the streets of Los Santos. Crews are groups of Social Club members who form persistent teams to earn exclusive benefits both in-game and on the web. Joining a Crew has major benefits in GTA Online:
- Earn Reputation Points (RP) bonuses
- Rank up within a Crew Hierarchy - Customize your gear with Crew Colors and Emblems
The world of Grand Theft Auto Online gives you the freedom to explore alone, work cooperatively with friends to complete missions, band together to participate in activities and ambient events, or compete in traditional game modes with the entire community, all with the personality and refined mechanics of Grand Theft Auto V.
This unprecedented open world experience supports up to 30 players and allows you to create and develop a unique character from the ground up - customize your appearance, assemble a fleet of vehicles, purchase personal property, and take part in missions, jobs and activities that continually open up new opportunities for you to rise through the criminal ranks.
Grand Theft Auto Online will continually expand and evolve over time with a constant stream of new content, creating the first ever persistent and dynamic GTA game world.
Go on your own or round up your friends to explore the open world together – catch a movie, hit the shooting range and much more. Want to test the law? Knock over a convenience store, take down a gang or rob an armored truck for easy cash and reputation. The wide open world of Los Santos and Blaine County in Grand Theft Auto Online are teeming with opportunities to paint the town red whilst chasing the almighty green - including:
- Hold-Ups: Players can rob convenience stores, gas stations and liquor stores.
- Armored Trucks: Players can ambush and rob them for cash.
- Crate Drops: Arms, ammo, cash or something rare and unexpected are available to everyone and are first come first served.
- Import/Export: Simeon Yetarian of Premium Deluxe Motorsport is looking to employ individuals to ‘find’ and deliver select vehicles.
- One on One Deathmatch: Feel free to engage another player in an impromptu One-on-One Deathmatch.
- Bounties: Make an unwitting adversary the target of every hired gun on the map.
- Gang Attacks: Players roaming the open world may stumble upon an AI gang hideout - ripe to be trespassed and assaulted. Work with teammates to take them down and reap the spoils.
Los Santos and Blaine County are ripe with opportunity for the ambitious and criminal minded. Take on Jobs as a lone wolf, team up with your Crew or join fellow mercenaries and degenerates to pull off a wide range of robberies and illicit activities together – including:
- Co-op Missions: Rub out enemies, deliver valuable contraband, destroy targets, steal coveted vehicles and more with the help of trusted allies or the nearest person of flexible moral fiber.
- VS Missions: These missions pit one team versus another – and sometimes additionally against a hostile third-party like a gang you’ve both ripped off or a relentless LSPD police force.
- Deathmatch: Trigger and tailor Normal and Team Deathmatches either on foot or in vehicles. Choose your preferred settings including number of teams, victory conditions, time of day, and weather.
- Last Team Standing (LTS) – Similar to Team Deathmatch but with a twist - each player only has one life so caution is advised. The team alive at the end takes home the glory.
- Survivals: Fight off 10 waves of increasingly deadly enemies in the ultimate test of your combat skills. Only the toughest will prevail. Play solo or get a group together to increase your chances of reaching the end intact.
- Parachuting: There are Parachute Jump locations all over southern San Andreas where you can risk life and limb by plummeting towards terra firma at maximum velocity.
Everything from classic street competition and off-road tracks to boat racing on the open ocean, or take to the skies in aerial events. Jump into the madness of a GTA Race, or try out a brand new race type, Rally, where driver and co-pilot work together to navigate treacherous courses at high speeds.
- Standard Race: Blaze through checkpoint-to-checkpoint against fierce competition in a race to the finish line.
- Bike Race: Whether by motorcycle, BMX or good old-fashioned mountain bike, race across the open terrain, vast highways and mountainous paths of Los Santos and Blaine County.
- Rally Race: One player drives while the other navigates using a headset or directional buttons to direct the driver.
- Air Race: Engage in epic dogfights piloting heavy duty, military grade and artillery equipped P-996 Lazer jets or opt for flying light planes, faster personal jets or helicopters.
- Sea Race: Pick from light and nimble Seasharks to mercurial speedboats and complete the circuit to demonstrate your nautical know-how.
- GTA Race: High-octane vehicles and weapons of all types go tooth-and-claw in this highly combative race type.
Join your friends / any random stranger for a game of Tennis, a round of Golf and more, all for cash and reputation.
- Golf: Hit the Los Santos Golf Club to play a round of nine spirited holes with up to four friends that you can distract and ridicule to your heart’s content.
- Tennis: This local favorite pastime can be played at seven different locations around Los Santos.
- Shooting Range: Visit one of two Ammu-Nation locations and become an expert shot by opening fire on targets that don’t scream, alert the authorities and occasionally fire back.
- Stunt Jumps: There are 50 Stunt Jumps in GTA Online to test your mastery over vehicular physics and ability to ignore your better judgment.
- Arm Wrestling: Select a radio station to set the mood and then go mano-a-mano against a challenger to see who’s got more brawn and endurance.
- Darts: Grab a friend for a road trip to the Yellow Jack Inn located in the Grand Senora Desert, where you can kick back and toss a few precise projectiles.
Create your character using the Character Creator – a heredity-based system that allows for a multitude of options to create your avatar that will then inhabit the online world of Los Santos & Blaine County – then earn some cash and spend it getting dressed for success. You can also collect and customize cars for your garage and personalize your full weapons cache.
- Appearance: Buy new clothes, masks or sunglasses. Get a new hairstyle or tattoos. Players can also change outfits in their apartment.
- Vehicles: Trick out your cars and motorcycles with custom paintjobs, wheels, and spoilers, along with performance upgrades to suspension, engine, brakes and more.
- Weapons: Purchase and equip silencers, scopes, extended magazines, flashlights and more by visiting your local Ammu-Nation store.
Reputation is earned from all your accomplishments in GTA Online – and will help you rank up, providing access to new features, weapons and criminal contacts. Spend cash you’ve gained on cars, clothes, guns, properties and much more.
- Money: Industrious residents who hustle to afford the finer things by earning GTA$ doing robberies, hold-ups, winning races and other profitable activities can afford to live the high life with a fly apartment, fine clothes and other status symbols.
- Property: Everyone needs a place to hang their hat and get away from it all. Once you’ve earned enough coin to settle down with a home of your own, hit up the Dynasty 8 real estate website to find the ideal pad.
- Property Amenities: Be social, have a guest over to discuss and plan your next big move or show off your personal collection of vehicles. Above all, enjoy your space and make use of it.
- Betting: If you’re feeling lucky or just particularly confident at the start of a Deathmatch or Race or a game of Tennis or Golf, put your money where your mouth is and back up your boasts with a wager for some GTA$.
The Creator tool for GTA Online gives players the opportunity to design and publish playable Jobs for the GTA Online community.
With access to some of the same tools as Rockstar's design and development teams, you can craft your own custom blood-soaked gunfights, high-octane street races, intense objective-based battles, and more. You’ll also be able to publish your original Jobs via the Rockstar Games Social Club for the whole community to discover, download, play, rate and share.
Players can create and customize Jobs for the following modes:
- Team Deathmatch
- Last Team Standing
To Access the Creator tool, press on your controller, navigate to the "Online" tab and select the "Creator" option.
Rockstar regularly reviews some of the best community-created content and distinguishes them as Rockstar Verified Jobs, then shares them with the entire GTA Online community. Keep an eye on the Rockstar Newswire, as well as notifications in-game, to play the latest Rockstar Verified community Jobs, and try to get one Verified yourself.
Your feedback is vital for the ongoing success of the game. Rockstar will be looking at your feedback constantly to tune the game into its optimal shape and help guide how Grand Theft Auto Online will grow and evolve.
You can submit feedback via email to:
Transfer your previous Grand Theft Auto Online character and progression data from your Xbox 360 to Xbox One.
You will need a Rockstar Games Social Club account linked to the Gamertag used when previously playing GTA Online.
When entering GTA Online, you will be given the option to transfer your previous GTA Online character and progression data. Once you have chosen to transfer your previous character and progression data, the transferable in-game money, RP and Rank of all previous characters will be displayed - these are the characters that will be transferred to the Xbox One. Once the transfer has completed, you will be prompted to choose a character and enter GTA Online.
You will still be able to play with your existing characters on Xbox 360. However, any progress made with characters on Xbox 360 after a transfer will remain on that Xbox 360 only. Any existing Xbox One GTA Online character and progression data will be replaced by the previous character and progression data during the transfer, except for any existing in-game money, which will be combined with your transferred balance.
For more details, including information on transfers of in-game cash, visit rockstargames.com/V/bonuscontent
A host of new, exclusive content, awaits players returning from the Xbox 360 version, including rare versions of classic vehicles to collect from across the Grand Theft Auto Series such as the Dukes, the Dodo Seaplane and a faster, more maneuverable Blimp; activities including wildlife photography and new shooting range challenges, new weapons and more.
For more information, visit rockstargames.com/V/bonuscontent