GTA Online Creator Jobs On Film: Creative and Challenging Custom Jobs as Demoed by NerdCubed, Olli43 and More
For many GTA Online players, the Creator tools have not only been a great way to experience the best Races, Deathmatches and Capture Jobs created by fans, they've also proven to provide a platform for endless creative fun meta-games and other forms of impromptu GTA-style challenge mayhem.
If you're looking for some of these fun and original GTA Online creations to play with your friends and Crewmates, check out just a few of these custom Jobs that have been recently featured in videos from some of the GTA YouTube community's finest broadcasters such as NerdCubed, the GTA-Series gang and others.
Dan NerdCubed and YOGSCAST Martyn put on a regular collaborative series on YouTube called “Little and Cubed” where the two gentlemen get into all manner of over-the-top challenges made with the Creator tool. “Motojousting” above is certainly one of our favorites. It’s simple yet brilliant fun: two ramps strategically placed opposite one another on the Del Perro pier with a cache of motorbikes and shotguns available off to the side. The object of the game is - each player grabs a shotgun and backs up their trusty motorbike steeds to opposite ends of the pier. From there: JOUST! Both opponents must charge the center, launch off the ramps and attempt to dismount the opposing player in mid-air with a blast from their sawn-off. Watch the video above to see it in all its hilarity and glory.
When it comes to drifting around the tight corners and alleyways of Los Santos, the Karin Futo is a very popular choice. Here, AyDeeJayProductions shows off a friends' specially designed drift Race around Vespucci in a stylish video presentation that runs from sun up to sun down, beginning and ending at the Smoke On the Water cannabis dispensary.
If you think you're among the best when it comes to two wheel racing in GTA Online, have a go at this grueling test of expert motorcycling skills from prolific stunt and skill Race Creator IxI-eZuLa-IxI. This trek leads you over the rooftops of southwest Los Santos down to the lowest recesses of the subway and back up to street level for an even crazier time maneuvering through narrow crevices and semi-ambiguous checkpoint locations. The final devastating stretch requires you to drive southeast along the narrow bridge supports of the La Puerta Freeway Bridge and make a leap of faith down to the final marker resting on a cargo ship below. Not for the timid or easily frustrated, and borderline masochistic at times - check out Olli43's attempt to see just how much patience and persistence is required to reach the finish line. Once you’ve mastered that one, have a go at IxI-eZuLa-IxI’s other fine ‘skill test’ trials series Jobs.
Equal parts Race and demolition derby, this hectic Job from MTL_RELLIK will have you dodging head-on collisions as you travel back and forth on an enclosed stretch of the Highway 1 Bridge. In the video description, swiftor lists the three reasons that make this Custom Race amazing as: "1) Flexible for a wide variety of vehicles 2) There's a lot of opportunity for interaction between racers 3) Seeing others get totally effed up when they collide!" While this is certainly a great recipe for disaster, try this Job as a GTA Race to really multiply the mayhem.
AlphyX, a member of the GTASeries Crew and their spin off YouTube channel GTA Series Online, got together with fellow Creators from The Content Creator Club to review his four-way collision-fest Pure Insane Madness. The discussion itself is spoken in Italian but you’ll probably agree that the language of the action shown in this exquisitely made demo video is international. Give this Land Race through the dusty backroads of Sandy Shores a go – AlphyX recommends at least 5 or 6 players for optimal fun..
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