More leaked details have been revealed for the "GTA Online" heists, which will be added to "GTA 5" in the future. According to a report from Gamepur on June 25, a YouTube member going by the alias of "DomisLive" found seven missions that will be added with the next patch for the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the fifth main "Grand Theft Auto" game. Fans should feel familiar with some of the objectives as a few of the elements came from the single-player campaign as well as a previous game in the series.
For example, the "Funeral" heist is similar to the "Witness Protection" mission in "GTA 4." Players are tasked with escorting the hearse of a gang leader in order to prevent other rival gangs from destroying it. Furthermore, the "FIB Grab" for "GTA Online" are also comparable to the single player campaign as the participants have to breaking into the organization's building in order to steal data.
The other "GTA 5" multiplayer heists include missions based on gangs, cops and territories. In one occasion, players have to intercept a van in an attempt to rescue other members of the gang. Finally, the previously-leaked "Ornate Bank Heist" has been re-confirmed for "GTA Online." The main objective of the mission is to hacked and steal money from the bank vault while fighting against the cops at the same time.
The "GTA Online" heists release date has remained elusive as the development team is still having trouble with the update. The update was expected to be among the first set of DLC packs released for the multiplayer mode. It was then rescheduled for a spring launch of this year before being pushed back once again.
"GTA Online" heists could arrive before "GTA 5" is released on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The next-generation port comes with busier traffic, native 1080p support, more wildlife and other additional improvements. The video game has a autumn release date window on the three new platforms. You can find an image mention "GTA 5" for PC, PS4 and Xbox One with the photo near the top of this article (courtesy of the official Rockstar Games Twitter page). Pre-order the PC, PS4 and Xbox One game from the next Amazon link: "GTA 5."