GTA 5: Don’t Give Up On Single Player DLC Just Yet

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It has been four years since Rockstar launched GTA 5 and the game is still one of the most actively played titles right now. Despite being the most popular game in history, not every player is happy with GTA 5.

This is mostly because of the lack of content that are offered with GTA 5’s single player mode. Rockstar has been rolling out DLCs for GTA 5 but most of them are focused on the game’s online multiplayer mode. It is also worth noting that Rockstar has promised on updates for the single player mode.

Just when we thought there isn’t going to be chance for a DLC to be made for game’s solo scene, a new report surfaced online and it is claiming that the DLC is still in the works.

It is said that Rockstar will develop a massive DLC that will include Alien Invasion, Trevor Philips exclusive missions and zombie apocalypse for GTA 5’s single player mode and it is going to get released in Q4 this year.

The report also claimed that the delay is caused by Leslie Benzie’s exit in the development team. Whether this is spot on or not is a question that remains to be answered.