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- “You ready to take this up a gear? There's a truck and trailer Mobile Operations Center for sale on Warstock. It has some neat features that you and I would find extremely useful - especially for running, say, special ops! Your new bunker would also be the perfect place to store and modify it. Get one and I'll be in touch.”
- — Agent 14's text
Mobile Operations are Special missions led by Agent 14 and prepped with weaponized vehicles. Completing a mission will enable discounted prices for weaponized vehicles in Warstock Cache & Carry. Mobile Operations are launched from the console inside the Mobile Operations Center, either from the living quarters or from the command center. Each of these missions only requires two - four players and are unlocked at Rank 1.
In order to unlock a mission, the player has to complete the required number of bunker resupply missions, with at least 14 resupply missions to unlock every mission. Even if the player does not own a MOC, resupply missions will unlock the corresponding missions if a MOC is bought.
List of missions
|Mobile Operations Missions|
|Severe Weather Patterns||2||Dune FAV* (MG and Minigun configurations)||Merryweather Security|
|Half-track Bully||4||Half-track* (MG configuration)||Kkangpae|
Anti-Aircraft Trailer* (MG, AA missile and Flak cannon configurations)
|Offshore Assets||8||APC* (Cannon configuration)||Merryweather Security|
|Cover Blown||10||Hauler Custom
Mobile Operations Center (Front and rear turrets)
|Mole Hunt||12||Weaponized Tampa* (Heavy armor upgrade and fully-upgraded weapon system)||Merryweather Security|
|Data Breach||14||Oppressor (missile configuration)||Merryweather Security|
|Work Dispute||Unlocked by completing Data Breach||Oppressor* (missile configuration)||International Affairs Agency|
*Denotes vehicle that will have a price discount unlocked by completion of the mission as the leader.
Inside a Mobile Operations Center, one can find an LCD screen with a username and password verification. The player needs to access it and a "Mobile Operations" screen appears, select the desired mission and click on the "Launch Mission" button. A confirmation message will appear on the screen if the player desires to start the mission. If confirmed, a lobby screen appears as in every match. Once done, the host can confirm to initiate the Mobile Operations mission.
In the mission
"Mobile Operations" missions will vary depending of the mission itself. In six missions, the crew will require to use the weaponized vehicle and in two of them, they have to retrieve it. However, players must have good coordination, as these missions often requires teamwork, mainly for turreted vehicles and coordinated tactics, such as defending another player from enemies. Having the necessary shooting and driving skills, these missions will be fairly easy to complete.
The vehicles will have the option for a trade price unlocked by completing certain designated missions. Unlike most other Warstock vehicles, these are all Personal Vehicles and require garage space to store. Note that every vehicle with a missile configuration will have limited capacity.
- During the fourth mission, Mole Hunt, Agent 14 states that it is 2017, which indicates that the GTA Online timeline moves along with real world time, contrary to the originally stated timeline of GTA Online taking place before the events of GTA V. However, this creates many anachronisms if GTA Online extends to 2017 as Merryweather is still operating in 2017 even though in 2013 Merryweather loses clearance to operate on American soil and is forced to shut down several operations. Also, the O'Neil farm is still standing despite being destroyed during Crystal Maze in GTA V.