GTA V Didn’t Get Any Single-Player Expansion Because It Didn’t Live Up To GTA Online’s Success – INDIAN

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Although it was the fifth part of the series Grand Theft Auto a massive hit, never lived to see it there is no single user extension. In fact, it was precisely because GTA V was such a big success that they didn’t get it. As revealed in an interview with Youtuber SanInPlay with a virtual operator Joseph RubinGTA Online multiplayer was making so much money that it was unnecessary DLC for production.

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When GTA Online came out, it was such a cash cow and people loved it so much that it was hard to argue that DLC could top that success.Rubin says he worked on a separate DLC, of ​​which he was a significant part. Steven Oggrepresentative Trevor. So it was most likely DLC Agent Trevordiscovered in the GTA V source code leak.

The additional content was approximately halfway through developmentbefore Rockstar checked the box. “I think a lot of the fruits of our labor have made it into GTA Online,Rubin says he thinks the DLC is very good. People on his team also worked on GTA Online and Red Dead Redemption 2.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Joe Rubino worked at Rockstar from 2010 to 2016. As a virtual operator and cameraman, he also worked on Max Payne 3 and Red Dead Redemption 2. Rockstar is currently working on Grand Craft Auto VIwhich awaits us autumn of next year on PS5 and Xbox Series S/X.

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Source :Indian TV

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