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'GTA Online' DLC, heists, patch omissions and more revealed for 'GTA 5'

'GTA Online'
'GTA Online'
Photo courtesy of Rockstar Games, used with permission

A new round of "GTA Online" DLC leaks have been revealed. According to a report from International Business Times on Aug. 21, several players from the "GTA 5" multiplayer were able to find that some weapons are going to be added to the mode sometime in the future. The development team at Rockstar North has a history of adding files for contents that have not yet been official announced in patch updates.

The aforementioned users found that the Flare Gun and Thermite Bomb are being added to the multiplayer mode. The Flare Gun is interesting since it may be used to call in air strikes for the upcoming "GTA Online" heists feature. The cooperative missions are still in development despite being delayed multiple times. The same arsenal may also be used as a regular weapon.

Another potential tool that can be used for "GTA Online" heists is the Thermite Bomb. The explosive has the ability to melt even the most heat-resistance objects when used by the military in real life. For the open-world sandbox game, players may use the bomb to quickly break into a bank vault in order to get away from the police force as soon as possible.

The Flare Gun and Thermite Bomb were not part of the 1.16 title update for "GTA 5." The new patch included the San Andreas Flight School DLC, which is free for all players. The same title update, which can be downloaded right now on the Playstation Network of the PS3 and Xbox Live of the Xbox 360, also fixed several lingering issues in the multiplayer mode (including some exploits).

All of the aforesaid updates should be added in the upcoming ports of "GTA 5" on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The new versions, which have improved graphics and the ability to transfer "GTA Online" characters, are expected to come out in the fall season. You can find a screen featuring the San Andreas Flight School DLC near the top side of this article (via the official Twitter of Rockstar Games).