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GTA Online Capture Creator arriving Friday April 11

The GTA Online Capture Creator tool will be available as part of a GTA 5 update on Friday April 11.

From Friday onwards, you’ll be able to create Jobs across the four Capture modes of GTA Online – Contend, GTA, Hold and Raid – and publish them for the Rockstar Games Social Club members to get involved with.

Until then though, you might want to take advantage of Rockstar’s latest offer. If you play any of the official Capture Jobs in GTA Online until Friday will earn you double the GTA$ and Reputation Points (RP).

Capture Jobs are pretty much the GTA Online versions of the classic Capture the Flag style multiplayer matches.

“Strategy plays a huge role as you run decoys, set traps and place obstacles to ensure your enemies don’t get close to your goods,” explained Rockstar Games.

If you want to know the best Capture Jobs currently on offer with GTA Online, Rockstar suggests you check out Salty Snatch on Chumash Beach, All Abhorred at the Dashound Bus Centre in Downtown Los Santos and Wargames at Fort Zancudo Air Base.

Rockstar Games has also announced that title update 1.12 is available to download today.

This new title update offers bonus RP for liking or disliking played content, the ability to call Lester and make cops turn a blind eye to your illegal antics.

You’ll also get increased payouts for any Parachute, Race, Deathmatch or LTS Jobs when playing with less than four players.

If you want to download the new update, all you need to do is go online with your PS3 or Xbox 360 when playing GTA 5 and you’ll be prompted to download the update.

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