- Jan 24, 2015
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Avid GTA 5 gamers are in for some exciting news, as renowned YouTuber DomisLive (aka Dom) sheds some light on the forthcoming Heist DLC vehicles as well as Valentine DLC gameplay details, in his latest video instalment of QnA series for GTA Online.
Here are the excerpts from the latest edition of QnA series for GTA Online, wherein Dom has revealed some fascinating info about upcoming Heist DLC as well as Valentine DLC, in response to some intriguing fan queries via Twitter:
Answering a fan query about the release of ATVs in GTA Online, Dom clarifies that the leaked screenshot (depicting the ATV) posted in the query belongs to Warstock cache and carry website, which also showcases a few other vehicles that are yet to make their way into GTA Online.
Some of the proposed vehicles for GTA Online include the ATVs and Attack Helicopters, wherein the YouTuber suggests that the ATV could indeed by the Vapid Guardian whose leaked images recently made waves on the internet.
Moving on to the next query, Dom explains that he is not too hyped up about the impending Valentine Massacre update as it would be same as the previous year's DLC.
Talking about the next possible Heist DLC trailer for GTA Online, Dom asserts that Rockstar is unlikely to release another Heists trailer as the game maker seems ready to release the highly-anticipated DLC without any further hype.
Next up is an interesting query about the possibility of unlocking the machine gun on the rhino tank with the Heist update.
Dom clearly sounds uncertain about the possibility of wielding heavy machine guns mounted on some vehicle's top or rear in Heists DLC, as it gives undue advantage to the person controlling it over other players.
In other words, it seems Rockstar is unlikely to introduce any game-breaking changes with Heists DLC as maintaining the balance would be the key to the game's success.
In response to another query, Dom clarifies that he would undoubtedly choose the PS4 over Xbox One as the recommended current-gen console for a couple of strong reasons, including the availability of exclusive games as well as user-friendliness of the former over the latter.
For instance, as the Xbox One users are already aware of its cumbersome interactive menu system wherein it takes forever to invite friends online or throw a party, and this could ruin user experience and force them to spend a lot of time in learning how to use it.
The PS4 holds its sway over the Xbox one, given its simplicity with a familiar PS3-like user-interface (UI) and less complicated setup for hosting an online game.