GTA V Heists payout for DLC

The Grand Theft Auto V Heists DLC is the most requested add-on for the majority of Product Reviews readers and details for the update have mostly come from rumors, although recently the potential GTA V Heists payout become a hot topic among fans along with the amounts that seem fair after doing missions.

An ideal GTA V Heists payout – when the DLC finally meets its release date, everything will be known and currently the details emerging seem to be based on so-called leaked videos and lines of code. We have embedded one video below this article that claimed to leak Heist beta gameplay, and while this claim should be taken with a pinch of salt, it is the debate it created that interested us most.

Some gamers expect the payouts to be around $80,000, although the same people hope to be able to hit the heist again and again to make lots of money playing online. If this was the case, then you could expect a total of $80,000 for a Heist that would be divided into $20,000 for each player.

We have already heard from the gaming community in regard to this figure for Heists and comments like, “Lame”, are common considering there’s a feeling that $20,000 each doesn’t seem enough. Others are a little more positive by thinking, “There will be loads more heists that come with higher payouts”. Of course, if it was $80,000 each, this would be much more favorable.

It is also worth noting a few YouTube users claim a line of code revealed the GTA V Heists DLC will come with a $20,000 payout, although we are yet to see a source to back up this claim. The problem some GTA V players have is that the Heists DLC should offer the “highest pay of all the jobs in online”, and the so-called beta video on YouTube revealing basics of GTA V Heists is either fake or not the full picture of the payments you can expect.

What do you think would make the ideal Heists payout for the upcoming GTA V DLC? Do you think the money should be a lot higher?

Personally, if we received $20,000 each per heist then this could end up being more fun rather than just doing survival for building up money.

The previous GTA Online update was titled “Business“, which some feel it delayed the Heists DLC that a lot of fans are dying to get hands-on with.

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