Rockstar Games has dedicatedly updated Grand Theft Auto V since launch, adding loads of new cars, guns, apparel, and the kind of gear that'll get you in trouble thanks to the game's new first-person mode on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Still, we're waiting patiently for online-organized heists.
While Heists will likely add to the kind of cooperative and competitive action you can enjoy in GTA Online now, it's reassuring to see that the developer takes a major DLC update seriously. As a huge fan of The Lost and Damned and Ballad of Gay Tony game extensions for Grand Theft Auto IV, I'd rather the developer take things slowly for the best possible play experience.
I mean, dancing as Luis in the Episodes from Liberty City extension was fun, but Heists will require a lot more than the ability to cut a rug. Check out the video above and then be sure to read our review of Grand Theft Auto V.
If you're curious about the next-generation console release of GTA V, click here for an updated and more generalized review of the game's expanded content on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Grand Theft Auto V is due out on PC in 2015 as well.