GTA V Releases “I’m Not A Hipster” Update, “Heist” Gameplay Leaked

Seems like there’s plenty of content still to come for Grand Theft Auto V. The massively popular Rockstar game just released its latest update this weekend, the anticipated “I’m Not A Hipster” update, that included new cars, clothes, and hairstyles, and most importantly, 10 new jobs. The jobs released with this update include mission titles such as High Drift Mountain, The Maze Bank Fight, and Hipster Happy Hour (we can only guess what sort of hilarity the last one ensues!)

“Ten new Jobs have been given our stamp of approval, including Races perfect for drifting, a Deathmatch on a wasted bridge, and a Capture Job featuring a gang of angry hipsters stashing contraband in 24/7 stores,” Rockstar writes in an official release.

The “Hipster” update follows after a leak for the anticipated “Heist” update (from YouTuber DomIsLive). The “Heist” leak showed a peak at eight new missions, including territory takeovers, escorting a hearse through town, dropping off prostitutes, and of course, an Ornate Bank Heist, where players will hack a vault and then drop the goods at a secret location. “Heist” is the update most GTA V fans have been waiting for; “Hipster” was the update released in the meantime to quench eager fans thirst for more content.

As for the “Heist” delay, Rockstar Games says:

“We are very sorry for the delay and are working hard to bring [Heist] as soon as we can. Please know that we are focused as always on making the best possible content for you to play and we are thankful to all of you for your patience, understanding, and support.”

In addition to these updates, there’s also a modification that turns GTA V into a first person shooter style game, as we previously reported.

GTA V also announced at E3 that the game would be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in fall 2014. These new releases will include graphic improvements and all new features. Players will now also be able to move their saved game files from their Xbox 360 or PS3 to the new console.

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