Grand Theft Auto 5 Online Heists DLC codes are available on GTA Forums, sparking rumors of secret features in the game's next update.
At the moment GTA fans and Mac users are trying to pressure Rockstar Games to release their own version of the game.
MacWorld reported in June, "It doesn't seem fair, but developers go where the money is, and the average Mac user is less into gaming, and hardcore gaming in particular, than the average PC user. (Fair's fair, really - Apple fans get the good end of that bargain in mobile, where devs almost always bring games - and other apps - to iOS before Android because of the more lucrative revenues to be had)."
Various online players have complained against modders and hackers in forms for the DLC update "I'm Not A Hipster," prompting rumors Rockstar Games may consider banning cheats.
Recently Rockstar Games released an Independence Day-themed DLC package update. The update featured American-colored clothing and military vehicles.
In other news, DomisLive, also known as Dom, has released info on Grand Theft Auto 5 Online heist missions through a leaked screenshot of a DLC script found in the game files of new versions.
Among the heist missions are included Prison Van Rescue, Drop off Hooker, Funeral, Territory Takeover, Fight Gangmate, Cop Territory, Ornate Bank Heist, and FIB Grab.
Rockstar Games is marking its new GTA 5 Online DLC "I'm not a Hipster" update with a weekend festival bonanza, which will give users advice about how to earn quadruple money through cheats.
"Express your incredible individualism and stand out from the herd with The post ironic, artisanal, organic, entirely independent, 100% re-claimed "I'm Not a Hipster" Update now available for Grand Theft Auto Online," Rockstar Newswire posted.
The site added, "This new content update features new retro print tees, skinny jeans, hairstyles, tattoos, animal masks and more, as well as additional enhancements to general gameplay to ensure the world is constantly evolving."