Updated 01:23 AM EST, Thu, Nov 26, 2020

'GTA 5' PS4, Xbox One Online Heists DLC: Release Date Leaked! Out This Month [Rumors]

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"GTA" Online's much-awaited Heists DLC is rumored to come out on Feb. 24, Express reported. According to the outlet, the online entry announcing the leak has been removed, but nevertheless, the current information coincided with Rockstar's previous notice.

The "GTA" publisher earlier confirmed, "Online Heists for consoles will be launching in the coming weeks ahead of the PC launch."

Rockstar referred to the launch of "Grand Theft Auto V" in PC, which has been delayed for a couple of times already. At first, it was thought that the new "GTA" title arrives simultaneously for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

However, Rockstar has moved the latter's version to a Jan. 27, 2015 release, Game Rant noted. At the time of reporting, Rockstar has not given further details to explain the delay. 

As you may have known, Jan. 27 has passed, but PC prospects remained to be void of "GTA V." That's because the version has been moved to another date, this time Mar. 24, 2015. That makes the current information on Heists DLC possible -- an arrival of roughly three weeks from now.

Concerning the recent PC delay, Rockstar apologized, "Moving a release date is never a decision we take lightly and is a choice we make only when we know it is in the best interests of the game and our fans."

Sure enough, Rockstar won't be wasting a few weeks for nothing. PC fans are given assurance that they're up for the better, "Thanks everyone for your understanding and we assure you these few extra weeks will be worth it when the game does arrive in March."

Talking about Heists, Master Herald reported that fans had been waiting for the DLC since "GTA V" came for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in Oct. 2013. Who would've thought that fans are bound to spend 15 long months of wait -- or even more?

On the brighter side, Rockstar has then confirmed that Heists will come as a free update to all covered consoles, including the PC. The upcoming DLC for "GTA" Online will foster cooperation among players, as each member takes a particular role in the successful execution of multi-tiered Heists.

Meanwhile, rumors surrounding "GTA VI" have also been rampant. The sequel is claimed to star the descendant of John Marston, a character from "Red Dead Redemption," another Rockstar franchise. If this holds truth, we can start wondering about what happens to Michael, Franklin and Trevor.

"GTA V" is currently available for the PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.

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