As fans and players expect the upcoming launch of GTA 5 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Rockstar has confirmed that it will be rolling out Heists update soon. It also said that this will be free for all the four consoles.
"And get ready for continuing free content Updates for Grand Theft Auto Online, including the highly-anticipated launch of Online Heists (which, to be absolutely clear, will be available for all four consoles to enjoy)," Rockstar said in a post on Newswire.
Apart from the above post, the developer of the popular and successful game, GTA 5 Online has not revealed any other details. It has also not provided any dates for the arrival of the update.
Meanwhile, Rockstar has said that there will be a day one patch for the upcoming GTA 5 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
"Also expect a Title Update to be made available for download on both PS4 and Xbox One by this Monday that will include some last tweaks and optimization fixes for game day. In order to experience the game properly, please make sure you install this Update before playing (like all Title Updates, it will be applied automatically as long as you are connected to the internet)," it said in a post.
The company also shared some of the new features that will part of the GTA 5 for next-generation consoles. Below are the features:
- Up to 30 Player Mayhem - Nearly 30 players can now join the races in GTA 5.
- The Next Generation Character Creator - New customisation options allow for the creation of a new character form the scratch with players performing cosmetic surgery on them.
- The GTA Online First Person Experience - This feature will be made available in both the story mode and the Online mode of the game. Players will now be able to try the Team Deathmatch from a FPS perspective.
- Double the Props in the Creator Tool - Players will now have the option of doubling up the prop placements in the Deathmatches or in the Races.
Apart from these, the developer also requested players to give them feedback on the game and the issues they faced.
"We will be looking closely at your feedback from the initial launch days on the new platforms to help inform other future dynamic tuning changes and title updates as always," it said.
The developer has also not ruled out the possibility of issues cropping up post launch and said that they have worked to ensure a smooth launch unless unforeseen problems crop up. "We have, of course, tested the game extensively but there is no way our several hundred testers can be quite as comprehensive as millions of players! Please bear with us should any issues arise - we will be working hard to fix any problems that arise, and generally ensure this launch is as smooth as possible," it added.
GTA 5 will be releasing on 18 November 2014 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.