‘GTA V’ Online Heists Trailer Briefly Explains How Multiple Teams Will Need To Work Together

Giving Grand Theft Auto V fans their first glimpse at actual gameplay footage for online heist missions that are set to come out next week, Rockstar Games released a short teaser trailer for the new team-based co-op jobs. While the official trailer clocks in at far under a minute in length, the teaser attempts to show GTA V fans how working together with their fellow gamers will be absolutely required in order to accomplish the new online heists.

"Heists will bring a brand new 4-player cooperative gameplay experience to GTA Online, giving players the chance to team up to pull off a string of intense, multi-part raids and robberies across Los Santos and Blaine County."
Rockstar Games has long warned GTA V users that online heists will take careful planning and flawless teamwork if gamers hope to successfully execute the high-stakes cooperative robberies. However, this first teaser for the co-cop heists provides fans with an inside look of how each person must rely on other players in new GTA V content.

Rather than simply having to work with other players around them to in order to pull off online heists, Grand Theft Auto V fans will also have to coordinate their objectives alongside distant teams. In the example provided, one team will actually go in and physically grab the goods while a second team provides support by keeping reinforcements from preventing the robbery.

GTA V: Online Heists
GTA V: Online Heists (Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3)

The new GTA V trailer shows that gamers can expect to see plenty of action as it depicts players parachuting onto location and securing the goal while other users remain in the helicopter to provide covering fire. Fans can even see how the planning board from Grand Theft Auto V's single player campaign will once again be used in online heists while characters go over the basic mission objectives.

"Ground crew is going to jump into the lab, make their way towards the information we're after, coordinate an evac. Chopper crew deals with incoming security teams."
In addition to receiving access to Grand Theft Auto V's online heist missions, the next update will also include a number of other new gameplay features. As reported earlier this week by the Inquisitr, the upcoming patch will also introduce new freeplay activities which players can participate in when not actively on a mission. Furthermore, the March 10 update will also give players different mission objectives each day to complete for additional cash.

Do you worry that you won't be able to enjoy the upcoming content if you don't have a team of friends to take on the new online heists of GTA V?

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