Rockstar introduces “Crew Hierarchies”

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Rockstar announced yesterday that they would be incorporating a new hierarchy system as part of its Social Club, just in time for GTA V’s release. This system allows for Crew Leaders to assign “special ranks” to those in their crew, allowing for micro-management and rewards based on performance. There is currently no limit as to how many players can be placed into each tier, allowing the leader to mold the organisation as he/she wishes. In order of importance the four tiers are:

  1. Commissioners – High-ranking officials that act as a right-hand man or woman to the leader.
  2. Lieutenants – Deals with the promotion and demotion of sub-ordinate members amongst other duties.
  3. Representatives – Low-ranking officials with basic permissions.
  4. Muscle – The “worker bee” and the lowest member of the hierarchy system.

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Your current rank will be indicated by a coloured bar under your Crew tag, the longer the bar, the more important your role in the “Crew”. Rockstar teased further that this bar will “have significant prominence in other places yet to be announced”. In addition Rockstar introduced a number of minor updates to the Social Club including changes in overall design and user profiles.

GTA V is slated for a South African release on the 17th of September on Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

 

– L1ghtn1ngZA

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