in

GTA V Heists release deadline

Are you starting to get a little anxious on the seemingly never-ending wait for a GTA V Heists release date? Rockstar has promised that they will bring this GTA Online DLC to everyone in Spring, but with Spring ending officially in June, will Rockstar be able to deliver on their self-imposed deadline?

You won’t need us to remind you that GTA V Heists is the single most requested feature of the entire game since launch last year. Rockstar has kept everyone waiting ever since with smaller pieces of DLC, but as we move into May Rockstar will have to crank up their work load to ensure that they are able to get Heists out by June.

For those that are not aware, Spring 2014 officially ends on June 20, 2014. That means that Rockstar essentially has from now until that date to deliver the GTA V 1.13 update, the High Life update and the Heists content – all within Spring.

Having said that, it’s logical to assume that the High Life update may come with GTA V 1.13 combined, and then GTA V 1.14 will be the update which arrives with Heists, so they definitely have time to do it. As we told you in a previous report though, many gamers were expecting to see GTA V 1.13 and the High Life update last week, but Rockstar has kept completely silent.

You have told us that one of the reasons for this, is due to the persistent glitchers and cheaters in the game, with Rockstar having to spend extra time to fix the glitches before releasing another official update.

Obviously, this is just an assumption though. Rockstar could be having a problem with aspects of the High Life update which require further testing – owning multiple garages and preventing money glitches using duplicate cars for example.

Back to Heists though, are you confident that Rockstar can meet the theoretical deadline of June 20 when Spring 2014 ends? Imagine a scenario if they cannot meet this timeframe though – how would you feel about it?

Comments

Loading…

Dark Souls 2 problems for PC digital release

Ultra-Ever Dry specs on Nissan Note concept