The criminals are trying to steal a list of marked Vehicles while the cops are trying to repossess them. These marked cars are the main objective points of the game mode.
Get inside a marked vehicle and drive around at high speeds to "capture" them. Once a team has more captured vehicles than the other, they will begin depleting the enemy team's respawn tickets. If a marked vehicle is destroyed, another vehicle will be chosen somewhere on the map to keep the game going.
The first team to drain the enemy team's respawn tickets or the team with the most tickets at the end of the 20 minute time limit will win the game. Since this game revolves around vehicles, the Mechanic class may be the best choice out of the four to use.
They can repair friendly vehicles and damage enemy vehicles with their Repair Tool and Grenade Launcher gadgets. It's a great idea to have one player drive the vehicle to capture it while a teammate is in the passenger seat either repairing the vehicle or using the 40mm Grenade Launcher to destroy nearby enemy vehicles.
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