How are you getting on with the latest GTA V update? Rockstar finally gave everyone the 1.13 update recently and with it, a large amount of new content thanks to the GTA Online High Life update.
Naturally though, everybody is turning their attention to the next GTA V update and it could be the big one – GTA V 1.14 with Heists. We are now at the stage where Heists is the last planned content for the promised Spring updates, so there is a good chance that Heists will finally be ready with the next update.
The GTA V 1.14 release date probably won’t happen until sometime in June now, which falls in line perfectly with the June 20 Spring deadline that Rockstar self imposed on themselves.
Also bear in mind that it was over a month between GTA V 1.12 and GTA V 1.13 – one month and five days to be exact. We’ve seen in the past that Rockstar like to follow patterns with their updates so theoretically speaking, we could be seeing GTA V Heists around June 18, which is a Wednesday and just two days before Spring officially ends.
Of course, that is looking into it a bit too much as Rockstar could obviously release Heists a lot sooner than June 18. With the High Life update now out of the way though, we can only assume that Rockstar is now fully focused on Heists as the next major release with GTA V 1.14.
Put it this way, if Heists doesn’t release with the next update, there are going to be a lot of unhappy gamers out there – just head on to Twitter and see all of the Heists related jokes if you don’t believe us.
The countdown to Heists is now on and it could land in exactly one month’s time. Are you happy playing through the High Life update until then, or have you already stopped playing and will only return once Heists is live?
Overhyped: There are also many gamers who are saying that Heists has been overhyped, to the point that it may not live up to expectations once finally released – do you believe this too, or are you confident that Rockstar will deliver an amazing update next month?
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