Rockstar’s smash-hit Grand Theft Auto V may have been initially released way back in September of 2013 on PS3 and Xbox 360, but the game has seen new life breathed into it multiple times, from re-releases on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, on top of additions to Grand Theft Auto Online. While many of the previous Grand Theft Auto games have seen expansions or even shorter spin-off games launched from them, Grand Theft Auto V has been different. Instead of focusing on single-player downloadable content, the team at Rockstar has instead been focusing on Grand Theft Auto Online, the sort-of separate game that is more an online version of GTA V including multiplayer-oriented challenges, modes and persistent world stuff like owning homes and customized vehicles.
There have been many rumors about possible single-player DLC, but nothing has ever been substantiated. After the game being out for as long as it has it feels like a bit of a lost cause to hold out hope for single-player DLC. Grand Theft Auto Online has been seeing regular updates, which are substantial and satisfying enough and at this point it might be best to see Rockstar release something like a sequel to Red Dead Redemption than to keep working on GTA V. That can’t stop fans from dreaming and digging, though. According to EGMNow, digging is exactly what members of the GTAForums have been doing and they may have struck gold. Forum users Spider-Vice and Blackscout stumbled upon a few screenshots from Grand Theft Auto V on a Rockstar employee’s portfolio, which happened to include a few peculiar screenshots.
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