Rockstar Games has today pulled the lid off its online heist game play mode for GTA V. Accompanied by a trailer and a launch window of "early 2015," heists in GTA Online look pretty much like their offline counterparts. Get a crew together, choose a job and the rest is up to you. Of course, this time you can go on a crime spree with three of your buddies.
Heists for GTA Online has been a long time in the making, considering the game originally launched over a year ago. The extra good news is that it isn't restricted to the new consoles, with support for Xbox One and Xbox 360 alongside PS4, PS3 and PC. Sadly, early 2015 doesn't give us too much to go on, but to tease a little more, check out the trailer below.
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