We are within touching distance of the Grand Theft Auto V Heists update it seems, Rockstar’s missing content which players have been waiting for, for almost a year. Now, we can see that animations showing elements of the unreleased game mode have leaked, right on the eve of the expected GTA V 1.16 update release time.
We are expecting a new GTA V update on Tuesday August 5, as Rockstar has already said that existing content will expire on Monday August 4 – also combined with the fact that it has been weeks since the last 1.15 update. The big question is though: Will it be the highly anticipated GTA V Heists update or not?
Once again, hacker Chr0m3 X MoDz appears to be at the forefront in revealing early leaks on GTA V content before anyone else. In his latest video, we can see a detailed breakdown of some of the animations that players will have when finally playing Heists.
These include things like the player taking a cower position with his heads behind his back to signify a bank robbery and at this point, it suggests that a GTA V Heists release date could be imminent. The source code for Heists is already there and Rockstar are just putting their final touches on the content it seems.
We can understand why they are taking their time on it too. Once it goes live, Heists is likely to be the definitive method of making free GTA Online money in the shortest amount of time.
We’ve already told you in a previous leak that the maximum Heists payout could be $1,500,000 while the minimum payout could be $100,000 – split between four players.
Rockstar are not stupid either – they know that players won’t need to buy cash cards with real money once Heists is released, so it’s common sense that they are making players wait from a business point of view.
What are your thoughts on this latest leak? Do you think there is a small chance that Heists may even come with GTA V 1.16 this week? We would love to see it happen, so give us your thoughts on this below.
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