Rockstar is not done with Los Santos yet – not by a long way.
In a new interview with Rockstar North's co-studio head, Rob Nelson tells told PCGamer that more GTA Online content will be dropping into the game sooner rather than later.
"Players should feel confident that we have a ton of brand new ideas still to come," Nelson told the site.
"It's been six years and we just hit record player numbers and we are all incredibly grateful to everyone who’s been with us along the way."
Nelson can't tell us what this new content is, or when it's coming, but he has confirmed it'll be dropping into the game soon – and then there'll be up 12 months of content to come, too.
"We try to keep plans going roughly a year out, but we want to have the flexibility to be responsive to any changes."
Though the Rockstar employee can't tell us what's coming, the studio's online paper trail might.
Recently, Rockstar sleuth TezFunz2 noticed some changes were made to GTA V's listing by Rockstar on SteamDB. Typically these changes only occur when a new update is about to drop.
Could that mean that we're going to get the new DLC very soon?
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"Interesting changes to GTA V on SteamDB. This usually happen when a new update is releasing soon," explains Tez2 on Twitter.
"We have one vehicle left and new Time Trials (R* accidentally talked about in the loading screen). New GTA Online update possibly coming out early December?"
But what could the new content be? Well, back in 2016, it was discovered that Rockstar was planning to add a new Online mode called 'Cops & Crooks'.
This update was eventually scrapped, as per this Kotaku article.
But recent signs point to Rockstar reintroducing some elements of this early update back into the game with the new update, which TezFunz2 tentatively suggests could arrive in-game on December 10th.
Perhaps alongside this will go live alongside the GTA Online Festive Surprise event that's due to go live next month.
We'll update you as we hear more.
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