More source code for the Heists DLC coming to Grand Theft Auto V was leaked recently, showing a massive payout for some of the missions.
The maximum payout for a Heist is $1,500,00, he adds, citing the source code he obtained. For the four criminals doing the Heists, it means they’ll get paid $375,000 each.
DomisLive said he posted a similar source code image a few weeks ago, which “wasn’t fully updated.” He added, “But now … we have better information” about the Heists with the new code.
It’s just source code, and it could be changed before Heists actually comes out.
Rockstar issued a statement about the Heists DLC a few weeks ago, apologizing for the delay. The company, however, did not give a release date or elaborate further. “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,” the company said, and added: “Please know that we are focused as always on making the best possible content for you.”
Since then, it released the “I’m Not a Hipster” and “Independence Day” updates.
GTA V gamers have been eagerly waiting for the update since the game was released last year.
On Tuesday, Rockstar announced several “Throwback Jobs” via its newswire website.
“This week, we’ve rounded up a selection of Jobs created specifically in tribute to classic Grand Theft Auto missions from GTAIII, Vice City, San Andreas and GTAIV. There’s also a couple of Jobs themed around Chinatown Wars, set in a Los Santos slice of the Far East around Textile City,” Rockstar said.
The full list of jobs can be seen here.
And recently, there were predictions that the 1.16 update would be live as of Monday. As Product Reviews notes, bloggers and forum users thought it would be earlier this week, but the update obviously wasn’t rolled out.