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‘GTA 5’ rumored to get DLC next week, unknown if online heists will be included

Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V
Photo courtesy of Take-Two Interactive, used with permission

The existence of the previous two DLC updates that have been released for Grand Theft Auto V were both leaked prior to their official announcement after fans discovered evidence of their source code on the Xbox Marketplace before their release. Now it looks like it might be happening yet again after VG247 reported on Aug. 8 that another DLC code is now appearing on the marketplace and it hints that the new content is scheduled to release this coming Tuesday.

The newly discovered Xbox Marketplace source code is showing up similar to the free Independence Day Special and I’m Not a Hipster add-on updates were leaked earlier. However, the newly discovered code only mentions that there is a new DLC and doesn’t actually provide any details about the title or features that might be included within the next update.

After Rockstar Games delayed the launch of co-op heist missions this past June, many fans are hoping that the next update will bring the much anticipated robberies to GTA Online. As such, after the new Xbox Marketplace code possibly leaked the release of a new update, many gamers are excited about the possibility that it could finally be the launch of online heists. Unfortunately, there is no way to know if the leak is true since Rockstar Games has not made a statement on the topic.

Fans of the online multiplayer mode of Grand Theft Auto V receive regular free title updates that introduce new weapons, vehicles, and clothing to the world of GTA Online. While the ability to take on large-scale robbery missions alongside other players was announced before the game released last year, fans are still waiting for the launch of online heists. Rockstar Games is also currently working on a remastered version of GTA V that will be available on the Xbox One and PS4 later this year.