Avid GTA 5 gamers are in for some good news as renowned YouTuber DomisLive (aka Dom) has shed some light on the recently released Matchmaking mode and New Game mode as part of the 1.25 update for Heists DLC in GTA Online.
As Dom admits in his latest gameplay video, prior to the release of the 1.25 update, GTA 5 gamers were required to invite their friends or online buddies before they could begin any Heist mission in GTA Online.
However, the advent of the 1.25 update brings the matchmaking mode, which allows gamers to play Heists via matchmaking or searching for required skills and high-ranked players to assist them in the toughest Heist missions.
In related news, the same YouTuber describes a new inherent bug with the Heists DLC in GTA Online, wherein the game character's facial features are being changed unexpectedly on current-gen gaming systems (PS4 and Xbox One).
As Dom points out, the issue could be related to the players' game progress transferring from last-gen to current-gen gaming systems. However, the good news is that Rockstar has finally fixed the issue with the new 1.25 title update for GTA Online.
In addition, the update brings brand new gameplay textures for different game characters, AmmuNation and other places, along with a bunch of stability fixes and glitch-fixes for GTA Online.
The changelog for the 1.25 update also reveals an array of security fixes to prevent hackers from using mods and other hack tools in GTA Online. There is also a minor graphics fix ported into the latest title update, which addresses distortion with graphics textures.
Rockstar has also addressed the widespread issues with Money glitches and God Mode glitches in the 1.25 update to ensure fairplay as well as to maintain the utmost gameplay stability in GTA Online.
In related news, the three renowned YouTubers DomisLive, iCrazyTeddy and TwoDynamic take on cyclists in the recently introduced Hasta-La-Vista adversary mode for Heists DLC in GTA Online.
Catch the exhilarating gameplay action for the new Hasta-La-Vista adversary mode in the video below: