The upcoming GTA V online versions for the PC, Xbox One and PS4 could feature a first person shooting camera mode if Rockstar decides to listen to the fans.
Developers named XBLToothPick created a First Person Shooter script that uses a modded Xbox 360 to hack GTA V's perspective and flips the camera angle to the popular shooting style. They also released a few videos that demonstrate the hack.
Rockstar could take a few pointers from them and implement this camera style into the new versions of the game. It also could be created on the PC version by hackers.
The GTA V Online Heists DLC release will be delayed, according to a recent Rockstar announcement.
The new content was scheduled to launch for the game during the spring, but it will be pushed back due to the content taking longer to create than originally expected.
"We know many fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of the Online Heists that we had planned to release for you this spring, and they are taking more time to create than originally anticipated. We are very sorry for the delay, and we are working hard to bring them to you as soon as we can," said Rockstar.
"Stay tuned for more information on that as well as lots of other ongoing content updates, enhancements and additions to the world of GTA Online that are on the way," they added.
The latest GTA V online update to be released brings a new theme titled "I'm Not a Hipster."
It is now available for download and features new gear that corresponds with the name including retro print tees, skinny jeans, hairstyles, tattoos, animal masks, customary new vehicles and weapons.
New cars including the Glendale, Warrener, Blade and Rhapsody are also available with the update. Ammu-Nation will now stock the Vintage Pistol and Antique Cavalry Dagger and 12 new jobs have also been added.