GTA Online heist information leaked

News Aaron Birch 26 Jun 2014 - 06:10

Details of the upcoming online heists for GTA Online, and other content, has apparently leaked...

According to a video by YouTube channel, DomisLive, a splurge of information has been leaked regarding upcoming missions for GTA Online, including the highly anticipated multiplayer heists.

In the video, which you can see below, it's revealed that a host of new mission types are coming to the game, including quite a wide range of new multiplayer challenges.

The new modes include Drop of Hooker, which sees players pick up prostitutes, which then have to be dropped of at their destination as quickly as possible, and Territory Takeover, where teams will fight for control of territory that ensures a steady income stream.

Prison Van Rescue will see one team attempt to rescue a prisoner from a prison van in transit, and return him to their hideout. The opposing team has to prevent this, playing as police.

Two heists are revealed, including the Ornate Bank Heist, where a small team of four criminals must go up against 16 cops as they attempt to hack into a bank vault, steal money and deposit it at a drop-off location.

The other heist is FIB Grab, and this will see a team of criminals abseil down the side of the FIB tower so they can gain entry to download valuable data and escape. This sees four criminals made up of three abseilers and one getaway driver take on 16 police.

If this is true, then GTA Online is set to receive a decent amount of new content in the near future, with some genuinely interesting new game modes that should further extend the lifespan of the online title. So far, Rockstar hasn't commented on the leak, but, in the latest 'I'm Not a Hipster' update, the developer confirmed that heist missions, although delayed, should be added sometime in spring.

"We know many fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the Online Heists that we had planned to release for you this spring, and they are taking more time to create than originally anticipated.

"We are very sorry for the delay, and are working hard to bring them to you as soon as we can.”

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