Details for Grand Theft Auto Online’s multiplayer Heists have been allegedly leaked online, posted on YouTube by user DomisLive, whose videos reveals details on various Heist missions.
According to the Official Xbox Magazine site, Heist missions include the following:
Prison van rescue – Criminals must intercept an NPC-driven van and free the gang member, then take him back to the gang house. 16 cops and 16 criminals can join the mission, which opens at rank 5 and is triggered by phone call.
Drop off hooker – Blips will appear in player’s territories. The player has to pick up a prostitute and drop her off within the time limit.
Funeral – Gang members must escort a lieutenant’s hearse through town. Rival gang members have to get in the hearse and destroy it. This triggers after the Escort Crook Boss if the boss is killed. Funeral home co ordinates are 410, – 1485.
Territory Takeover – Players can fight to take over territory in-game. The territory produces a revenue stream for the owner.
Fight Gangmate – Two teams fist fight with each other. The gang lieutenant gets two team mates to fight with as part of the initiation.
Cop Territory – Cops are put into Territory Takeover missions without an option to turn it down.
Ornate Bank Heist – Get behind the counter of the bank, hack into the vault, steal the money and take it to the drop off location. 16 cops and 4 criminals can join this mission.
FIB Grab – Abseil down the FIB tower, break in, download data, escape. 4 crew, 3 abseilers, 1 driver, 16 cops and 4 criminals can partake in this mission. All four ride a helicopter to the FIB roof, three abseil down the tower, break through a window into the office, and hack a data terminal for classified data. Meanwhile, the driver dumps the chopper and picks up a getaway car to escape. The remaining players skydive out of the office to a getaway car. Cops join once crooks are inside the office, and try to arrest them. Two waves of AI agents enter based on the progress of the hack.
Although Heists have been delayed, that doesn’t mean GTA V players don’t have new content to play. Earlier this month Rockstar released the “I’m Not a Hipster” update for GTA Online, adding new outfits, cars, and weapons to the game. For more on the update, check out our video below.
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