As most of you are well aware, Rockstar are running out of time for the GTA V Heists release date. Many gamers are expecting the update to land on Tuesday June 17, but we have new information which once again threatens to ruin the release of Heists in GTA Online.
We have told you numerous times that June 20 is the official end of Spring 2014. Rockstar had previously promised that Heists would be out before then and with Tuesday usually the day in which we receive new GTA V updates – the countdown has seemingly reached zero.
At the time of writing though, the GTA V 1.14 update is not live yet but is expected at any moment. As everybody waits for that though, something big has turned up with regards to the leaked GTA V Hipster update.
Information is growing that the next GTA V update could be this Hipster update, or the GTA V ‘I’m not a Hipster’ update as it is also known. This update is thought to be coming with 7 new vehicles, new weapons and even more new jobs to play through.
There is no update from Rockstar on the Newswire page yet but we can see that four of the seven of new vehicles have already featured in older GTA V games – these include remakes for the GTA V Glendale, GTA V Blade, GTA V Rhapsody and the GTA V Panto.
New GTA V Hipster update weapons could include the Vintage Pistol and the Antique Cavalry Dagger – which could turn out to be the GTA V ‘Bowie Knife’, which we previously told you about in a separate report here.
Either way, it is both exciting and somewhat scary information. Exciting if this Hipster update is included with Heists, but obviously very frustrating for most of you if this Hipster update is going to mean a Heists release delay once again – not worth thinking about is it?
We have a feeling that Rockstar will reveal the crucial information on their website soon. Let us know your thoughts on the wait for Heists and now your initial reaction to this potential Hipster update.
UPDATE: GTA V 1.14 has gone live. It looks like it does indeed add the Hipster update, but not Heists. Give us your reaction and findings below.
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