The highly-anticipated Heist DLC for GTA Online has been pushed back indefinitely by Rockstar for some reason, while discerning GTA 5 gamers and YouTubers are busy speculating the possible release dates for upcoming DLC releases in GTA Online.
One such discerning YouTuber, DomisLive (aka Dom), has shed more light on the probable DLC release dates based on the forthcoming holidays in September as Rockstar has a track record of releasing big game updates on festive occasions or national holidays.
There is a good chance that Rockstar could actually roll out the Patriot Day DLC on the occasion of world Patriot Day, as this day (11 September) is celebrated every year in memory of the historical battles won such as Lexington and Concord (19 April 1775).
This is also the same day when a surprise attack was executed by al-Qaeda terrorists on the World Trade Center in New York in 2001.
The tipster emphasises that avid GTA 5 gamers would be pleased with Rockstar releasing new clothing such as official army uniforms for men and women instead of redundant weapons or firearms with the Patriot DLC in GTA Online.
Besides, if the rumour turns out true then we might also see a bunch of new military vehicles in the game.
The tipster concludes that the highly-probable release dates for the Patriot DLC would be 16, 23 or 30 of September, as all these dates fall on Tuesday which is Rockstar's favourite day for releasing big DLCs in the game.
These are the only Tuesdays left in the month of September and an ideal date for the game maker to unleash the next big DLC in the game.
With GTA 5 being slowed down due to lack of big DLC releases such as Heists, Casino, or Zombie update, avid gamers can only hope that Rockstar has something up its sleeve to revive the fast-aging action-RPG game.