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In races, players must work their way through a series of checkpoints to make it to the finish line. Players who finish the race in higher standing will reap higher rewards.
Deathmatches in GTA Online appear as multi-team and free for all (FFA). Standard deathmatch rules apply, where the team or player with the most kills at the end of the match wins.
Survival is a job where the player must survive an onslaught of enemies that come in waves, with higher rewards for each wave survived.
Coopertive missions (otherwise known as Contact Missions) allow multiple players to work together toward a common goal. They are structured similar to the missions in single player, where the player is given a series of objectives and must complete them to gather the reward. Some of these missions require multiple job roles to be allocated to players (Transporter, Sniper, ETC...).
Competitive missions allow multiple teams of players to go head to head, with the winning team getting the greatest reward. Some missions require the players to fight for the same goal, such as stealing a vehicle and returning it to a certain location. Other missions, such as Top Fun, have different goals for each team, which requires one team, the Runners, to flee to a certain location on the map, while the other team, the Hunters, can only win if they kill all the Runners.
Main article : Capture Missions in GTA Online
Capture is a free DLC game mode in Grand Theft Auto Online released on December 18, 2013 as point of the 1.08 update. It is GTA's version of the famous Capture the Flag. It is available for up to 16 players depending on the map. As of the 1.12 patch, the Capture Creator has been released, allowing players to make their own Capture maps