Rockstar Games has been steadily pumping out updates for its ever expanding online mode, GTA Online since its launch in September 2013. But developer Rockstar Games have remained silent about the possibility of the promised single-player expansion.

This week that silence continued into publisher Take-Two Interactive’s earnings call. When asked by an analyst about the possibility of the single-player expansion, Take-Two president Karl Slatoff stayed quiet on the subject, saying only the following:

“In terms of DLC for GTA V, we really don’t have anything to say about that today,”

But this shouldn’t be taken as cause for concern. Take-Two has traditionally let Rockstar Games announce DLC content on its own, and there’s been nothing to suggest that the DLC is cancelled.

Fans will recall that Grand Theft Auto IV received two well-received post-release expansions: The Lost and the Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony, but the topic of GTA V’s story DLC remains as mysterious as ever.

  • That’s because there will be no DLC for GTA V. The devs are too busy building GTA VI. They didn’t make much on DLC for GTA IV. The ROI on DLC for GTA V will be nothing compared to the ROI for GTA VI. It just makes financial sense to skip the DLC and move right to the next $Billion payday.

    http://www.1up.com/news/gta4-dlc-sold-expected

Send this to a friend