Rockstar has announced details of it's GTA V online modes via a new video which you can watch below.
Multiplayer sees you 'have fun and get into trouble,' either on your own or by teaming up with friends for heists, robberies or by taking part in classic online multiplayer modes.
You'll also be able to buy houses and cars as you earn money from your exploits.
Thanks to a new content creator you'll be able to create your own races and online modes and share them with friends, as well as being able to check out other people's creations.
Interestingly Grand Theft Auto Online will be delivered about two weeks after the release of Grand Theft Auto 5.
Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies told CVG in a new interview that GTA Online could have launched at the same time as the main game, but that the studio considers it to be "a different entity, a separate thing".
"It'll be GTA Online; it's not part of GTA 5. Obviously it's set in the GTA 5 engine, but it's going to grow and evolve into its own thing."
Benzies also gave more details on how the system will evolve thanks to the users themselves.
"Initially, you'll be able to create races and deathmatches, which are probably the simplest. And then, over time, when we feel comfortable that people are ready to get the new creators, they will be released. So it'll be a trickle, but it'll be a constant release of new creators and new content. We don't want to overdo it. It's a complex system.
"That's another reason for the two week delay between single-player and Online. We want to give people an opportunity to actually get their heads around what's happened, because even single-player is a big advancement from the old games. There's a lot of new things to learn."
Check out the video below for more details.