With many console owners awaiting the GTA V 1.07 update, Rockstar has shown no signs whatsoever that the next update for the game will include the GTA V Heists release date at the same time – the content that all GTA V players want to see above anything else.
The free Beach Bum pack was nice, but it’s not Heists and judging by fan reaction – wasn’t enough to make those who had left GTA V Online, come back either. With the Spike VGX awards coming up this weekend, we remain optimistic that Rockstar will make a surprise appearance at the event, or at least announce on the same day that Heists has finally been dated.
Then again given Rockstar’s silent tactics as of late, we also wouldn’t be surprised if we are still waiting for Heists well into 2014. When the content finally does arrive though, we hope to see new Heists missions that are playable in multiple environments.
We’ve talked at length about the fact that Heists has taken forever to come out, but what about the types of Heists that will be available once the content does come? It has been rumored recently that Rockstar will soon be opening the doors to the GTA V casino.
How exciting will it be if players will freely be able to earn money by completing GTA V Heists in a casino – finally giving the building a proper purpose since the doors are locked at the moment. There should be no shortage of income from a vibrant casino, so hopefully Rockstar is thinking along the same lines.
Casino Heists seem like a no-brainer, but what other Heists would you like to see in the game? Don’t forget about the Maze Bank Tower skyscraper as well, which has Heists written all over it we feel – with plenty of cash for your starving GTA V online character to get his or her hands on.
Enough about the delay, let’s look forward to what could be coming when Heists arrives. What formula do you want to see Rockstar deploy – do you agree that Casino and the Maze Bank Tower are two very likely locations for Heists to take place?
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