Rockstar's being predictably cagey with regards to Grand Theft Auto V's forthcoming online Heists, so we're working with a bit of speculation this evening. Nevertheless, reports are rampant that the free update – due out on 10th March on the PlayStation 4 – will weigh in at around 4.8GB on the Xbox One, so you should probably expect a similar statistic on Sony's next-gen machine.
To be fair, this isn't your average patch. In addition to the overdue multifaceted missions that the studio promised a couple of years ago now, it will also add new game modes to the Los Santos-based sequel, as well as fresh free roam activities and much more. In short, it's the kind of thing that you'd expect most publishers to charge for – but they don't have lucrative Shark Cards.
Trophies are also doing the rounds on Reddit, which include such lovelies as 'Can't Touch This' – a Bronze gong for taking zero damage during an entire objective. Sounds fun. You'll also unlock trinkets for performing particularly well in said missions, and spending lots of money. Those microtransactions should help you out with that one, huh?
Are you looking forward to this meaty addition to the Grand Theft Auto Online experience, or have you already moved on from the open world escapade? Put your money where your mouth is in the comments section below.