Trusted Reviews reports that, in a Spanish website, Leslie Benzies, Rockstar Games director has revealed that GTA Online allows for players to go on these missions in several ways.
In effect, the 500 missions will be rotated, so that those who are playing online will be able to experience them differently. Additionally, there are also other things that you can achieve, from missions lying dormant within the map, get a phone call from other characters in the game about these missions, or just resort to the listing of missions in the game menus.
"At one point, and I can't remember exactly when, while working on the GTA 5 online multiplayer, we thought it must be something more than the typical online content," said Benzies in a statement quoted by Trusted Reviews. "Then we decided that it should operate as a separate unit."
Aside from the missions, a matchmaking system is also in the multiplayer. If you are not playing with your friends, then you don't have to worry about having to play alone online. The system will ensure that you are matched with someone who is of a similar rank or position to go on missions with.
GTA 5 is set to release for the Xbox 360 and PS3 on September 17, with the GTA Online becoming available come October 1.
Ryse goes all out on enemies with multiplayer mode
The Roman-themed Xbox One exclusive goes further with more action, as it adds another dimension to the game in the form of a multiplayer mode called Gladiator.
On the official Xbox Newswire, it revealed that the multiplayer will put you in the shoes of a gladiator who is charged with standing firm with your friends as you battle against several enemies.
The co-op features a number of armory and spoils, which can be used to customise your gladiator in the arena. And in order to earn these items, you will have to win your battles and improve your status as a warrior.
In addition, the closest thing to a dynamic environment is also featured in the Dynamic Tile Sets, as scenery from within the tiles can bring you a constantly changing landscape to enjoy.
There will also be custom challenges and arena, with each map serving as your own playground and having a leader in each area that you would have to defeat on the leaderboards. At launch, 11 multiplayer maps will be available, while those getting the Day One edition of the game will get a bonus map.
Call of Duty: Ghosts reveals more about MP and servers
Following all the teasers that were revealed bit by bit prior to the Gamescom event, a six-minute video was released by Activision to give you a behind the scenes look at what you can expect Call of Duty: Ghosts.
In this video, you see a more detailed view of the different multiplayers that you get to enjoy, from Cranked, which is more concerned with getting kills consecutively, to Search and Rescue, which requires teamwork in order to survive and keep surviving.
It was also revealed that COD: Ghosts will have dedicated servers that will make use of the Xbox One cloud, something that GameSpot reports to be a long-awaited feature from the fans.
Blitz, a new multiplayer mode has also been announced, while a new map has also been confirmed. Those who have not yet gotten any console bundles yet would be happy to know that Microsoft will be rolling out a COD: Ghosts Premium Xbox One bundle, though no details have yet been announced.